Ellie Goulding is planning on sending Prince George a gift to commemorate his birth last month but she admits she's still pondering over what to get him because he already has everything.
Ellie Goulding is planning to send Prince George a gift.
The 'Explosions' hitmaker is keen to give the one-month-old tot - the son of Prince William and Duchess Catherine, who is third-in-line to the British throne - a gift to commemorate his birth, but she admits she's still pondering over what to buy him because he already has everything he could possibly need.
Speaking to the Daily Mail newspaper, she said: ''I fully intend to send William and Kate a gift for him, but I have no idea what to get. What do you give someone who has everything? Still, they're truly lovely people so I'd imagine they'd be grateful for anything.''
The 26-year-old singer hasn't seen Prince William and Duchess Catherine - who was formerly known as Kate Middleton - since she performed at their wedding reception at Buckingham Palace in 2011, but she insists they regularly send her letters and stay in touch.
She explained: ''I've always been a fan of the royal family and I love that we have that huge history. It's really special.
''I haven't seen William and Kate since, but they've sent letters and their best wishes. I saw Harry, though, three months ago when I performed at a charity event of his. I played quite late in the evening so everyone was a bit drunk!''
Ellie admits she's been blown away by her chart success around the world and sometimes prefers to think of it as a joke because it doesn't feel like reality.
She said: ''It's easier to pretend my life's a comedy show. That's how I deal with things sometimes, because some of it just doesn't seem real.''
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