Kate Middleton and Prince William made a closed party for teens at Kensington Palace
Kate and William know how to surprise - 10 teenagers are now sure that they were guests of a private reception at the Kensington Palace, arranged by the royal family personally for them.
Young people are winners of the annual BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Award. All of them are from 12 to 17 years old and each of them is a great example of outstanding dedication to their work. For example, 14-year-old Lily Rice is confined to a wheelchair, but this does not prevent her from participating in motocross competitions and performing complex stunts.
During a meeting with teenagers, Prince William admitted that he often calls on BBC Radio 1 and asks to put his favorite song and participates in contests, simply introducing himself with a different name.
Needless to say, the Whistles polka-dot dress for £ 149, which Kate Middleton put on this evening, was sold on the site in a matter of hours. The Duchess talked a lot with teenagers all evening, especially with 16-year-old Siena, who devoted herself to helping autistic students. The teen awards ceremony will be held this weekend at Wembley Arena.