Singer says it was ‘amazing’ to meet royal family at London premiere of No Time To Die
オン 28 9月, the 19-year-old これまで以上に幸せ singer attended the London premiere of the ジェームズ・ボンド 映画 死ぬ時間はない, where she and her brother Finneas O’Connell were introduced to ウィリアム王子 そして Kate Middleton, and the duke’s father, Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
While Eilish described the opportunity as “amazing”, she admitted that she may have accidentally broken some of the rules she was expected to follow during her meeting with the royals.
The singer shared the admission during an appearance on ジミーキンメルライブ!, where she was asked by host Jimmy Kimmel whether she’d been informed of protocol for meeting royals ahead of the premiere.
"そうそう. There was a whole list of things,” Eilish confirmed, to which Kimmel asked: “Did you pay attention to those rules?」
After Eilish shook her head and mouthed “no” in response to the question, she explained that she had tried to follow protocol, but had been distracted by the normalcy and friendliness of the royal family.
“But I tried to. I was planning on it and they were just so normal, like they didn’t make me feel like: 'ああ, I’m scared, I can’t talk to them,’” Eilish explained. “They were very complimentary and they had all these questions for me and they were just very friendly and, お気に入り, funny and sweet.
"わからない, 文句は言えない, it was amazing.”
Although Eilish did not specify which rules she may have broken, according to the royal family’s ウェブサイト, there are “no obligatory codes of behaviour when meeting the Queen or a member of the royal family”.
しかしながら, the website notes that individuals may wish to observe the traditional forms of introduction, which includes a neck bow for men, while women can do a small courtesy.
“Other people prefer simply to shake hands in the usual way,” the website continues, with a photo taken of Eilish meeting the Duchess of Cambridge showing that the singer opted to follow the less formal method of introduction.
Eilish and her songwriting partner wrote the title track for the new James Bond film, which the pair won a Grammy for in March.