Show her talent! Duchess Kate rang in the festive season by playing the piano during Royal Carols: Together at Christmas Concert on Friday 24 December.
Kate, 39, by Tom Walker To perform “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.
The TV special, which aired in the UK, was filmed earlier this month in Westminster Abbey. The church was previously the venue for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011. The couple, who tied the knot after eight years of dating, have since welcomed Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
Before the party aired, Kate thought about the importance of getting together to celebrate Christmas as a community.
“We’ve been through such a bleak time. We’ve seen so many challenges. We’ve lost loved ones. We’ve seen our frontline workers come under tremendous pressure. We’ve seen our frontline workers come under tremendous pressure,” Kate said in a video shared via the Cambridges official Twitter account on Thursday, December 23, as That we were more emotionally, socially, and withdrawn from one another.” But I suppose through this chapter, we’ve also come to realize how much we need each other and how acts of kindness and love can bring us relief and comfort in times of trouble.
The Duchess of Cambridge added: “In congregation tonight we have many inspiring people. We owe them a huge debt of gratitude for all they have done in bringing people together and supporting their communities.”
Royal Carol: Together at Christmas The celebration comes after that us weekly confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II She canceled her holiday plans in Sandringham due to the rise in coronavirus cases. The 95-year-old king is still about to spend Christmas Day with him Prince WilliamKate, Prince Charles And Duchess Camilla At Windsor Castle.
The Queen previously changed her holiday plans in 2020 due to COVID-19. Despite turning in for the second year in a row, the royals will likely be in good spirits when they see their family, an exclusive source mentioned. we Earlier this month, how Kate and William’s kids would be “extremely happy” to see their great-grandmother again after almost a year.
According to the insider, “Kids spent hours choosing their holiday gifts [the queen], Charlotte and George drew her paintings of The Christmas Story in the school’s art class.”
At the time, the source also noted that William and Kate were “looking forward to starting over” in 2022, saying: “We’ll see a transition of responsibility – doing additional charitable work, attending more events and making appearances. There’s even a royal tour in the works.” And, of course, they are deeply involved in the Platinum Jubilee.”
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