During his tour around the Middle East, the Duke of Cambridge met the winner of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, Netta. On their walkabout around Tel Aviv, they discussed mental health and diversity.
Netta told the BBC:
“We talked about the way I changed how people feel here in Israel, and about self-esteem. And how positivity and setting a good example for people is really making a difference. It was amazing,” the 25-year-old continued. “He’s a really, really chill guy. I wanted to give him a taste of my world,” she said. “So I gave him this machine which allows him to loop his voice and to create music with no instruments.”
Netta took victory in Lisbon, back in May. She won with a total of 529 points and gained Israel their fourth victory.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: BBC News