Billie Eilish reveals the awkward moment she met the royal family. Billie Eilish Discloses Embarrassing Stage Moment I once got to meet the royal family when I was younger. They were really friendly and warm, but because we had nothing to chat about, it was rather awkward.
We don’t have any illustrious titles, inherited wealth, or anything of the sort; we’re all just average guys. It was really strange! However, they were kind about it and engaged in some light conversation with me before we had to part ways. Nevertheless, it was a fantastic experience!
I once encountered Prince William while attending a party. I can’t believe what a great guy he is! But there was one unpleasant exchange when he questioned whether I preferred coffee or tea.
I once ran into members of the royal family at a gathering, and because I was so anxious, I had no idea what to say. My father reassured me that it was alright if I was silent because they wouldn’t remember me anyhow. But eventually, I started talking about how much my dog enjoyed chewing on sticks, and after that, we all engaged in a lengthy discussion on dogs. Although unpleasant, it was also a lot of fun!
Meeting the royal family at Buckingham Palace last year was a privilege. Sadly, it wasn’t really a happy occasion for me because I became so anxious that I stutter during our conversation! Although it doesn’t happen frequently, when it does, it is really embarrassing.
I guess it helps that they’re all nice and didn’t make fun of me or anything like that—but still, I wish I could’ve been more eloquent at that moment. It was such a big opportunity for me and I blew it because I was too afraid to speak!
I was at a party in London when Prince William walked up to me and said, Hi, I’m William. Do you want to dance? I thought he was joking because he has such a sense of humor, but then I realized he was being serious. So we danced for a while and it was nice because we both have two left feet and neither of us knew how to slow dance properly!
After that, we had some drinks together, talked about our favorite movies (he likes comedies like This Is Spinal Tap; I prefer dramas like Primer), then went our separate ways because we didn’t know each other that well yet. It would’ve been great if we could’ve hung out more but there were so many people at this party so it wasn’t possible, unfortunately.
I met the royal family once at a party, and it was extremely awkward. I had no idea what to say or do because they’re so famous. All I could think about was how different their lives are from mine. They probably don’t even know who I am! It was one of the most memorable moments of my life, but not in a good way.
Once, when I was a kid, I met the royal family. We were at an event where there were lots of famous people. My parents wanted me to meet them because they thought it would be fun for me, but it wasn’t as exciting as I thought it would be. All of them were nice though! It was just awkward because I didn’t know what to say or do and they probably felt the same way too. But that’s okay—we all have those kinds of moments sometimes!
I was at a party and Prince William walked up to me and said, I like your music. I froze because I didn’t know what to say back. Then the Queen came over and started talking about how much she loved my songs too! It was so surreal, but also amazing because they’re such icons.
When I was 13 years old, I got to meet the royal family at a dinner party hosted by one of my dad’s friends. As you can imagine, it was pretty surreal. I remember thinking how fascinating it was that this family had such immense power over so many people. But then again, they were just like any other person – they loved talking about their kids and dogs just as much as anyone else would!
The only awkward thing about meeting them? Well, there were three things… Firstly, when we first arrived at the party all of us children were ushered into another room while the adults talked business in the main room – but we could still hear everything they were saying!
Secondly, when we went back into the main room for dinner all of us kids had to sit at a separate table from our parents because apparently royalty doesn’t like mingling with commoners! And thirdly, one of my cousins accidentally called Prince William by his first name instead of his title and he didn’t seem too happy about it… but other than that it was an amazing experience!
The first time I met the royal family was at Princess Eugenie’s wedding. It was such an honor to be there, but it was also really intimidating because these people are so important and famous.
When I met Prince William he said something like, It’s nice to meet you, but then he walked away without saying anything else. And when I met Princess Kate she just looked at me like she didn’t know who I was. It was pretty awkward! But maybe they were just having bad days? I don’t know.