Natasha Bedingfield has gushed about Britain's Duchess Catherine who is a fan of her music.
Natasha Bedingfield is ''honoured'' to count Britain's Duchess Catherine as a fan.
The 'These Words' singer, who has performed for Prince William's wife on a number of occasions, sang for her again at the launch of Princess Cruises' new vessel Royal Princess earlier this year.
The 31-year-old exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I've met her before she's lovely, I adore her.
''I just feel like she has an amazing rapport with people, she's got a lot of love. I always love seeing her, she quite talkative.''
Natasha flew in from Los Angeles to support her mother Molly Bedingfield at the Global Angels Awards at The Roundhouse in Camden last night (15.11.13).
Molly set up the charity which helps disadvantaged communities around the world and Natasha sang at the event with 'X Factor' judge Nicole Scherzinger.
The blonde beauty said ahead of the gig: ''My mum is so passionate about this cause and it's just such a wonderful feeling to be involved and bring the music element to this show.
''Nicole and I have known each other for quite a while now and become very close friends and I'm going to enjoy bringing that energy to the stage, we haven't performed together before.''
Natasha, who has been in America for some time, is keeping details of her new album under wraps, but says it will be ''soulful.''
She added: ''I've been doing a lot of things here [in Britain] and my album is on it's way.''
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