Music Moment! Duchess Kate Plays Piano During Christmas TV Special


Catherine Duchess of Cambridge hosts a Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey in London on December 8, 2021.

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Show your talent! Duchess Kate rang over the holidays while playing the piano during the Royal Songs: Together at Christmas concert on Friday, December 24.

Kate, 39, by Tom walker for a performance of “For Those Who Cannot Be Here”.

The TV special, which aired in the UK, was filmed earlier this month at Westminster Abbey. The church was previously the setting for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s nuptials in 2011. The duo, who tied the knot after an eight-year relationship, have since hosted Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6. , and Prince Louis, 3 years old.

Before the concert aired, Kate reflected on the importance of coming together to celebrate Christmas as a community.

“We have been through such a dark time. We have seen so many challenges. We have lost our loved ones. We have seen our front line workers come under immense pressure. And also, we’ve been more emotionally and socially estranged and isolated from each other, ”Kate said in a video shared via the Cambridges’ official Twitter account on Thursday, December 23. “But I guess through this separation we also realized how much we need each other and how acts of kindness and love can really bring us comfort and relief in times of distress.

The Duchess of Cambridge added: “In the congregation tonight we have many inspiring people. We owe them a huge debt of gratitude for all they have done to bring people together and support their communities.

Royal carols: together at Christmas the holiday celebration comes after Us weekly confirmed that Queen elizabeth ii canceled plans to vacation in Sandringham due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases. The monarch, 95, should always spend Christmas Day with Prince william, Kate, prince charles and Duchess Camila at Windsor Castle.

The Queen had already changed her vacation plans in 2020 due to COVID-19. Despite the change for the second year in a row, it’s likely the royal will be in high spirits when she sees her family, with a source telling exclusively We earlier this month how ‘absolutely delighted’ Kate and William’s children will be to see their great-grandmother again after almost a year.

According to the insider, the children “spent hours choosing their own party favors for [the queen], and Charlotte and George did her paintings of The Christmas Story in art class at school.

At the time, the source also noted that William and Kate were ‘looking forward to a fresh start’ in 2022, saying: ‘We will see a transition of responsibilities – they are taking on additional charitable work, attending more events and make appearances. There’s even a royal tour in the works, and of course they’re heavily involved in the Platinum Jubilee.

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