Prince William is in for a star-studded night at Kensington Palace on Nov. 10 as the royal is set to attend Centrepoint at the Palace, a fundraiser that's sure to be glamorous.
During the event, the Duke of Cambridge will attend a private reception where he will meet a selection of Centrepoint supporters and young people. At the dinner, the royal will deliver a short speech about the charity's work and present the Centrepoint Awards to young people helped by the charity.
Speaking about the upcoming event, Phil Collins said: "30 years ago I wrote 'Another Day in Paradise' in response to the shocking number of people sleeping on the streets.
"It’s just depressing to think that the number of young people finding themselves rough sleeping, with all the terror and danger that brings, has more than doubled over the last five years. I'm delighted to be performing in support of Centrepoint and their amazing work in helping homeless young people."
Centrepoint hopes to raise £1 million from the event. All of the money raised will continue to provide homeless young people with not only a safe place to stay, but also vital help in tackling health problems and support in accessing education or work.
Richard Utting, Event Director at Centrepoint, added: "Phil Collins is a true music legend so it's fantastic to have him on a bill of seriously talented performers for Centrepoint at the Palace - an unmissable evening’s entertainment for a hugely important cause. We need to make sure homeless young people continue to get the support they deserve and the opportunities they need to build a future for themselves."
For more information about Centrepoint, visit www.centrepoint.org.uk