Prince William confesses his love for dance music and that he’s a “secret clubber”
The prince reportedly loves "nineties and noughties club music"
Duke of Cambridge, Prince William has revealed his love for dance music whilst bestowing radio DJ Simon Mayo with an MBE at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.
When asked by Mayo if the Prince is a clubber, he replied calling himself a “secret clubber” according to the ex BBC Radio DJ on twitter.
Their conversation led to the duke confessing his love for nineties and noughties club music especially the rave classics Insomnia by Faithless and Groovejet by Spiller, featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor.
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Mayo received his MBE according to The Times for his services to broadcasting, and described the day as "a thrill" and an "amazing experience".
Previously, the duke has also shared an insight into his music taste, for instance last year on the Time To Walk podcast he announced that his favourite track for Monday motivation is ‘Thunderstruck’ by AC/DC.
He also revealed that Shakira's ‘Waka Waka’ was his favourite song to listen to with his children.
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So this happened. Prince William did the pinning. A class act! We talked about Radio 1 and how he loved Faithless/Insomnia and Spiller/Groovejet. I suggested that’s he was clearly a bit of a clubber… pic.twitter.com/zCiwLYbhQI— Simon Mayo 🇺🇦 (@simonmayo) May 4, 2022