Shakira is “so delighted” Princess Charlotte is a fan of her music.
The ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ hitmaker was delighted when six-year-old Prince William, the royal’s father, shared how his children fight in the mornings over what to hear, with his daughter being a particular fan of the Colombian singer.
Shakira tweeted: “I’m very happy that you like my music, Princess Charlotte! [heart emoji]. “
The official Twitter account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge replied Shakira with the dancer and heart emojis.
William – who shared Charlotte and her brothers Prince George (8) and Louis (3) with his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – spoke about his children’s love for music in an interview on Apple Fitness +’s Time To Walk series .
He said, “One of the songs the kids love right now is Shakira’s ‘Waka Waka’.
“There’s a lot of hip movement, a lot of dressing.
“Charlotte in particular walks through the kitchen in her clothes and ballet clothes.
“She goes completely insane when Louis follows her and tries to do the same. It’s a really happy moment where the kids just have fun dancing, playing around and singing. “
In addition, William and Catherine’s oldest boy argue with his sister about what music they play in their parents’ house.
He said, “I have to prioritize so George can get going, then Charlotte will get them. That is the call for the music. “
The singer of “Whenever, Wherever” previously praised Williams “passion to” provoke change “in environmental issues.
Explaining why she agreed to become a global ambassador for the Williams Earthshot Prize, she said, “To see how passionate Prince William is and how sincere he is determined to provoke change is very, very inspiring. It’s just amazing to see how dedicated he and everyone at Earthshot are to making a difference in the world in such a short amount of time.
“And it’s not impossible. It takes a lot of commitment and determination from many of us, and we need to raise awareness about it. “
Five winners in five categories – each inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals – were selected in 2021, with each winner receiving a £ 1 million grant to continue their environmental work.