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Duchess Kate loves Cheryl Cole’s music - says Cheryl Cole

09:44 11 July 2012

Duchess Kate

Duchess Kate

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Britain’s Duchess Catherine is a huge fan of Cheryl Cole’s music.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who is married to Prince William, met the ‘Call My Name’ singer at Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee concert in June and told Cheryl she loved listening to her songs.

Cheryl told Britain’s Grazia magazine: “Kate is really down to earth. We talked about fashion and she said she loved my music. She was incredibly girly and sweet.”

Cheryl is also on good terms with Catherine’s father-in-law Prince Charles but admitted she made a faux-pas when she first met him.

She said: “The first time I had tea with him at Clarence House, I had an etiquette lesson on how to address him. But I forgot to say prince, and just called him Charles, which was embarrassing and someone started coughing at my mistake to correct me. But he couldn’t stop laughing.”

Cheryl, 29, also spoke about her soft spot for Prince Harry and says she can relate to him.

She said: “Everybody knows I have a soft spot for Harry. He’s cute. I’ve met him several times and we laugh about it. It’s a bit of banter between us. He’s so ordinary and he’s just a normal 27 year old who is living in a crazy world and we can bond over that.”

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