George Ezra was ‘astonished’ to find out Duchess Kate Middleton was his biggest fan

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Singing sensation George Ezra absolutely can’t believe his luck after finding out Kate Middleton is his biggest fan – and she even has all of his CDs stacked get in her car

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Party at the Palace: George Ezra performs at the concert

Thanks to his catchy songs and charming personality, George Ezra has amassed thousands of fans over the years – including members of the Royal Family.

The future Queen of England Kate Middleton is said to be a huge fan of George, 29, and his imprints – something the Budapest singer is quite pleased with.

“I heard that Kate Middleton has some of my CDs. It’s a good story – let’s get on with it,” the singer confessed backstage at the Capital FM Summertime Ball on Sunday night.

“It’s beautiful. What a wonderful thing. If she gets them [cds] on the car, happy days. “

George recently took the stage to perform for Kate – and millions more are watching – at the Palace Platinum Party last weekend.

George got himself a pretty famous fan in Kate Middleton


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After his stellar performance, George was forced to explain why he changed the lyrics of his recent single ‘Green Green Grass’ during his performance at the Platinum Celebration of Queen.

The 29-year-old’s fans were unimpressed when he omitted a reference to the song’s death.

Usually the star sings: “Green grass, blue sky, you better have a party on the day that I die.”

But instead he simply sang: “Green grass, blue sky” twice.

Kate is a huge fan of George’s tunes


George sang for the Royal Family last weekend


After the singer shared a video of his performance on Instagram, one frustrated follower replied, “However, I really enjoyed the performance and I’m not picky, but cutting out the lyrics What is singing? Why not? perform a different song altogether?”

Another added: “It’s a shame that ‘on the day that I die’ has been removed.”

A third user spoke up: “A singing classy boy gifted with everything in life allows his lyrics to be unreasonably censored to perform for a monarchy defines everything that is wrong with the Disunited Kingdom.”

George Ezra feels it’s best to change his lyrics for Jubilee celebrations



Ezra, however, felt it would be inconsistent with the nature of the event.

“I think the response to it has been in our favor by saying it’s unnecessary. My instinct is that you don’t have to change it,” he told Sun.

“I don’t know if it’s from royalty or the producer of the show, but obviously if you’re playing for Royals and the powers that be and can say, ‘We don’t want you to sing that lyric,’ then you won’t argue.”

“I’m not asking anyone to do anything on the day I die. It’s a song about celebrating life. And it feels great when you sing it.”

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