Inside Kate Middleton’s hen do where she sang like a popstar and dressed up in a bodysuit impersonating Cheryl Cole

KATE Middleton is known for being the picture of elegance, but like many brides-to-be is said to have let her hair down on her hen do.

The now-Duchess of Cambridge is said to have sung like a pop star and dressed up in a bodysuit impersonating Cheryl Cole during the soiree.

Cheryl said in her autobiography that she had an unusual interaction with Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert in 2012.

According to the Mirror, Prince William is said to have told her: “Did you know you’ve got a bit of competition?” 

Kate is said to have confessed that she performed the star's 2009 hit song at her hen do in a replica racy outfit.

Cheryl wrote: “Kate confessed that she dressed up as me on her hen night, in a bodysuit and split trousers, and sang Fight For This Love.

"She even learnt the dance routine and was step-perfect by all accounts, as her sister Pippa and brother James also came over and told me all about it.”

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The bash took place in London in 2011, shortly before Kate and William’s lavish royal wedding in April.

Maid of honour Pippa Middleton is said to have organised the private event at a mutual friend’s house.

The Telegraph claimed the guest list was kept to a minimum, with a source saying: “It was certainly very low-key. 

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“There isn’t such a tradition attached to hen nights as there is to stag parties. It was done privately.

"Not all of Kate’s friends were there, and she will be catching up with other friends over the coming weeks.”

Kate's university housemate Olivia Beasdale is said to have attended along with Marlborough school pals Alicia Fox-Pitt and Rose Astor.

A few years after their encounter, Cheryl gushed about Kate to Closer magazine, saying: “We had this amazing moment. She’s so ordinary! 

“I mean, obviously she isn’t because she’s a princess, but she’s easy to get along with.”

Ahead of William's wedding, the Duke of Cambridge celebrated with what was thought to be a low-key event with about 20 pals.

The gang went clay pigeon shooting and supped on port before going surfing during a weekend at a Devon mansion named Hartland Abbey.

We previously shared the secrets of Kate Middleton’s age-defying looks – ditching make-up item, Diana’s fitness regime & surprising diet tricks.

And Kate has ‘royal plan’ to help Prince George understand his future… and a lot is to do with his clothes.

Meanwhile, Kate's 40th birthday portraits reveal she’s ‘confident’ in her role of future Queen, says body language expert.

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