Dan Howell Just Hung Out With Prince William And People Are Freaking Out Over The Photos
8 February 2018, 17:05 | Updated: 8 February 2018, 17:07
The pair got together for a very important reason.
Dan Howell and Prince William have teamed up to talk online kindness and it's a match made in royal heaven.
Today, Kensington Palace tweeted a picture of the pair, explaining that the Duke of Cambridge was Daniel's special guest for a school assembly about "cyberbullying and mental health."
Kensington Palace then shared some photos of Dan with Prince William, which naturally got fans pretty excited.
"Thank you for using your fame to do good in the world," one fan tweeted. "Y'all mind if I ship Dan and Prince William?" another joked.
The fact Dan got invited to be part of stop speak support shows what a nice person he is. He even got to teach a workshop about mental health & cyber bullying! Keep up the amazing work, @danielhowell! Thank you for using your fame to do good in the world & I’m so proud of you❤️ pic.twitter.com/usidAHbHPL— Rosal!e ღ (@iiPhantasmic) February 8, 2018
yall mind if i ship dan & prince william 😪👊🏼— katie💫 (@aimerdjh) February 8, 2018
can you imagine having a school assembly and you're like "yes, getting out of class!" and then it's dan. and prince william.— not in london (@Smartinis) February 8, 2018
i love how dan started as a college dropout and is now best pals with prince william— hannah is lo:st (@snowfalldjh) February 8, 2018
This isn't the first time Daniel Howell and Prince William have joined forces. In November 2017, Dan met Prince William alongside Dodie, Riyadh K and Nikki Lilly to launch to "Stop Speak Support" initiative which raises awareness about the dangers of cyberbullying.
Check out some of the pictures from Dan and Prince William's assembly below:
After the assembly, The Duke and @professorgreen spoke to pupils who've taken part in workshops focused on the issue of cyberbullying, which use the Stop Speak Support lesson plan developed by @NSPCC, @ABAonline & @DianaAward. pic.twitter.com/lvWfpOUJc5— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 8, 2018