Britain's Got Talent champs Ashleigh and Pudsey believe that they could help Kate Middleton and Prince William to train their dog.
The BGT winners are hoping that their appearance at The Royal Variety Performance later this year might lead to another royal appointment.
Ashleigh Butler told a tabloid newspaper that she is hoping to help Prince William and Princess Kate teach their cocker spaniel Lupo some new tricks.
She told the Daily Star: "I'd gladly pop to the Palace and give Kate and Wills's dog a bit of training.
"When I meet The Queen I'll be like: `Here's my card.'"
Ashleigh recently hit the headlines when revealed that she is using some of the winnings on extra security for Pudsey.
The pair won £500,000 with their doggie dance routines but now the pooch is apparently at risk from dognappers.
An eight-foot wall is reportedly being built around the family home, complete with cameras and security lights to help protect the famous pooch.
A source told The Sun: "A pile of bricks and mortar is probably not what most people would spend some of their half a million quid on, but for Ashleigh it's essential.
"Pudsey is Britain's most recognisable dog and a real temptation for dognappers.
"So they've booked a firm to come round, rip down the old wooden fence and install a proper brick wall."
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