DJ Jax Jones says he dreams of collaborating with Princess Of Wales Kate Middleton after being named ambassador of her Shaping Us campaign: ‘It would be sick!’
He has collaborated with the likes of Kylie Minogue, Ed Sheeran and Miley Cyrus.
But London DJ Jax Jones has revealed his far out dream of joining forces with none other than than Princess Kate.
The 36-year-old revealed his incredibly high hopes after being named ambassador of the Princess of Wales’ Shaping Us campaign earlier this year.
He told The Sun how he had been ‘speaking to the Royal’s team’ in hopes she may one day feature in special visual for a future show.
Gushing: ‘That would be sick, right?’.
High hopes: London DJ Jax Jones, 36, has revealed his far out dream of collaborating with none other than than Princess Kate, 41
Think big: He revealed his incredibly high hopes after being named ambassador of the Princess of Wales’ Shaping Us campaign
The princess launched her Shaping Us initiative earlier this year an ambitious campaign described as her ‘life’s work’ and aimed at raising the profile of the crucial period of a child’s development, from pregnancy to the age of five.
The campaign has the support of a number of famous people, including rapper Professor Green, presenter Fearne Cotton, former Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes and Lionesses’ captain Leah Williamson.
Jax told The Sun: ‘[Mine and Kate’s] relationship started at the jubilee and we hung out at Buckingham Palace afterwards.
‘We all got talking — they are super nice and super welcoming. To be asked to get involved and be an ambassador is a real honour. They are really down to earth and they just want to do positive things.’
The DJ is a father to daughter Lawanna, two.
He confessed he was afraid of doing something wrong when he met the royal couple for the first time.
He said: ‘I was so concerned about getting the addresses wrong. So the first time you meet a princess you say ‘Your Highness’ and then it’s ‘Ma’am’, but they make you feel so at ease.
‘We were chatting prior to the launch and spent the day at Windsor Castle having a real brainstorm of ideas.’
On stage: The DJ first met the Royal when he performed at the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022 (pictured)
Thinking big: He revealed how he had been ‘speaking to the Royal’s team’ in hopes she may one day feature in special visual for a future show
The Princess of Wales has said her early years campaign goes beyond ‘raising kids’ and is also about ‘shaping our society’ and creating a ‘more nurturing world’
The Princess of Wales has said her early years campaign goes beyond ‘raising kids’ and is also about ‘shaping our society’ and creating a ‘more nurturing world’.
Speaking to radio presenter Roman Kemp, Kate said highlighting the importance of early childhood was not about putting ‘extra pressure’ on parents, but saying they needed ‘help reprioritising family life’.
Kate’s comments were made in a filmed discussion with Kemp in the grounds of the Hertfordshire home of the Capital FM presenter’s parents, Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp and singer Shirlie Holliman.
The future Queen tells the host of Capital’s breakfast show: ‘This isn’t just about raising kids.
‘It’s about shaping our futures, shaping our society, creating a happier, healthier, more nurturing world for us all to live in.’
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