Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift lands royal performance
Taylor Swift has been tapped by Prince William and Duchess Catherine to perform at Kensington Palace for their Winter Whites charity gala next month.
Taylor Swift is set to perform for Prince William and Duchess Catherine.
The country crooner has been signed up by the royal couple - who recently christened their three-month-old son, Prince George - to sing at their Centrepoint Winter Whites charity gala on November 26.
The 23-year-old beauty will perform for 200 guests at Kensington Palace, with tickets starting at a whopping £500.
A spokesperson for Centrepoint told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''It's a fantastic occasion and hopefully it will raise a lot of money for Centrepoint.''
The charity raises money to help young homeless people and William, 31, is a patron of the organisation.
Taylor will be joined by fellow singer James Blunt at the exclusive event.
It appears the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer is a royal enthusiast as earlier this year she was rumoured to have set her sights on Prince William's younger brother, Prince Harry.
A source said: ''Taylor's desperate to get her name added on to the VIP lists of stars being lined up to meet Harry. She loves everything about him -- especially his ginger hair and English accent.''