British Duchess Kate, 39, surprised guests at her Christmas party at Westminster Abbey in London with a piano break.
Along with pop star Tom Walker, she was seen on a recording in which she accompanied a song on piano in a candlelit part of the church. She wore a red coat, loose hair, and seemed almost comfortable at the grand piano.
The ceremony, which took place on the eighth of December, was broadcast on British television station ITV on Christmas Eve. Walker was deeply influenced by the piano skills of the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate rehearsed the song with him in the studio only a few times in secret sessions. “It hit the bull’s-eye and I was very surprised at how well it managed to keep its rhythm (…)” Walker told the Palestinian News Agency.
Concert for achievements in the field of epidemic
Kate organized the party for people who have excelled in serving others during the pandemic. At the party titled “Royal Carols: Together At Christmas”, the audience was allowed to sing along with some Christmas carols. The so-called singing of carols (Christmas carols) is an integral part of the Advent season in Great Britain. Prince William, 39, read a Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke. Also in attendance were William’s cousins, Princess Beatrice, 33, and Zara Tindall, 40, with their husbands, as well as Prince Edward’s wife, Countess Sophie Wessex, 56.
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