Camila Cabello says she stole a pencil from the UK's Kensington Palace, and Will and Kate responded
- UK royals Kate Middleton and Prince William have responded after Camila Cabello confessed on BBC Radio 1's Breakfast with Greg James that she stole a pencil from Kensington Palace.
- Kensington Palace tweeted a shifty eyes emoji after a video of the interview in which Cabello told the story was uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday morning.
- The "Senorita" singer was told to steal the item by radio host Greg James at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Heroes Awards at Kensington Palace.
- "You can't not do a triple doggy dare, if there's anything I've learned in my life it's that," Cabello said.
- James told palace officials Cabello had stolen the pencil, but she kept it anyway.
- "I still have it, I'm sorry William and I'm sorry Kate," she said. "Honestly I'm just so happy to get it off my chest now because I haven't been able to sleep for the past 3 weeks."
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UK royals Kate Middleton and Prince William have responded after Camila Cabello confessed she stole a pencil from them in October.
The Kensington Palace Twitter account responded with a shifty eyes emoji after a video was uploaded of a BBC Radio 1 interview on Tuesday morning in which the "Senorita" singer revealed her thievery.
??— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 26, 2019
"The last time I saw you, we were at the palace ... I was aiding and abetting a criminal, which was you," radio host Greg James began.
Cabello pleaded: "Don't tell anybody what my mother and I did!"
James explained the pair last met at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Heroes event at Kensington Palace where, just before meeting with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, he "triple doggy dared" Cabello to steal a pencil.
"And I was like 'you triple doggy dare me?' And you can't not do a triple doggy dare, if there's anything I've learned in my life it's that," Cabello said.
After Cabello sneakily "stole" the pencil, James threw another curveball at the 22-year-old by telling Kensington Palace staff on her.
"I was like 'oh my god' and I put it in my mom's purse and my mom was like 'no we have to give it back, we have to give back the pencil.' And I was like 'no, he triple doggy dared me,'" Cabello said.
Sticking to her guns, the singer bravely kept the pencil.
"So I still have it, I'm sorry William and I'm sorry Kate.
"Honestly I'm just so happy to get it off my chest now because I haven't been able to sleep for the past 3 weeks," Cabello said.
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