Why Prince William and Kate Middleton Are Trolling Camila Cabello

Prince William and Kate Middleton react to Kensington Palace theft

Talking about her experience of meeting the royals at their palace the singer said, "I was so honoured to be invited to Kensington Palace to meet and celebrate this year's Teen Hero finalists with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge", Camila Cabello told the BBC.

"OK I haven't mentioned this story because you told me not to..."

"We're in Kensington Palace for the teen heroes".

"So I still have it, I'm sorry William and I'm sorry Kate", she added. But you're more likely to find them listening to Lizzo's Good As Hell or Billie Eilish's all i ever wanted, songs now on Radio 1's playlist.

"And then you, to one of the palace people, called me out on it, and you were like, "She stole a pencil".

"You can't not do a triple-doggy-dare", Cabello said.

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"I'm sorry William and I'm sorry Kate", Cabello said to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

However Kate obviously found it amusing as she used the Kensington Royal twitter account to leave an emoji which showed two eyes - perhaps showing how she was now watching Camila.

It started when Camila appeared in an interview with DJ Greg at his Radio 1's segment. "Steal that pencil", he recalled telling Camila.

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After stunning everyone with her steamy performance at the American Music Awards with partner Shawn Mendes for their collaborative song "Senorita", singer Camila Cabello is now in news for stealing.

Proving that the royals do listen to the station, after the event, Greg revealed that the pair gave him a talking to after he made a joke about Charlotte shaking her teacher's hand on her first day. "So, I'm sorry. I still have it". "No, I have to take the pencil", the "Havana" singer revealed.

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