'I'm sorry William': Camila Cabello admits stealing pencil from the royal family

Pop star Camila Cabello has confessed to stealing from the royal family during a visit to Kensington Palace. 

In an interview on BBC Radio 1, the 'Havana' singer admitted she knicked a pencil moments before a meeting with Prince William and Kate Middleton. 

Radio host Greg James, who was an accessory to the theft, said he'd instructed Cabello: "You've gotta steal something, steal that pencil". 

"I was like, 'do you triple doggy dare me?'" Cabello replied. 

"You can't not do a triple doggy dare, if there's anything I've learned in my life it's that. So I did it." 

The 22-year-old singer claimed she stashed the pencil in her mother's purse after James outed her to the palace staff. 

"I still have it. I'm sorry William, and I'm sorry Kate. I honestly couldn't sleep last night, I had to get it off my chest." 

The Twitter account of Kensington Palace has made it clear they're watching Cabello, commenting the two eyes looking emoji under the video on Twitter.