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Susan Boyle: A "Real Privilege" to Sing for Prince Charles

British singer Susan Boyle performs on the stage of the Ariston Theatre in Sanremo, during the 60th Italian Music Festival on February 16, 2010.
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British singer Susan Boyle performs during the 60th Italian Music Festival in Sanremo on Feb. 16, 2010.
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CBS/AP NEW YORK British singing sensation Susan Boyle has dreamed many dreams, but singing for Prince Charles is one that  soon will be coming true.

Boyle, who got her start singing in a church choir,  had the honor to perform earlier this year for Pope Benedict XVI, and now she will be able to count royalty among her listeners..

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What will she sing for Prince Charles?

The 49-year-old reality television show star will perform her version of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day" for Charles and his wife Camilla at the Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards on Monday.

Boyle said Tuesday it is a "real privilege" to be able to sing for the royals.

The singer, who shot to international fame after her stint on "Britain's Got Talent," performed during a ceremony for the pope when he visited the U.K. in September.