Princess Charlotte shares the Queen's musical talent: Smiling young royal's incredible performance at Platinum Jubilee event wows fans
The Cambridge family visited Cardiff to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, revealing Princess Charlotte's musical side
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It would seem that Princess Charlotte takes after her grandmother when it comes to her talents. The youngster is showing signs of being a budding musician, after an impromptu performance in Cardiff.
- Princess Charlotte showed off an unusual skill during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations - a talent she shares with the Queen.
- The young royal giggled as lead an orchestra to the hit track from Encanto, We Don't Talk About Bruno.
- In other royal news, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi pays tribute to 'phenomenal' wife Princess Beatrice at the Platinum Jubilee 2022 Thanksgiving service.
Princess Charlotte joined her brother George and parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Cardiff today on a visit to Cardiff Castle to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Kate Middleton's red coat was a stunning tribute to the Welsh flag, with the family dressed up to the nines for the occasion. The Cambridge family left four-year-old Prince Louis at home, who is thought to have been too young to join the visit.
The family looked in high spirits as they met with musicians and entertainers putting on a special show to mark Her Majesty's 70-year reign on the throne.
At one point, Princess Charlotte joined the orchestra on stage and Princess Charlotte led musicians as they belted out the hit track, We Don't Talk About Bruno, from the Disney film Encanto.
Charlotte and George then gave a special demonstration on the drums, with the @kensingtonroyal account, tweeting, "So lovely to meet the stars and team behind tonight’s concert.
"We had an extra special drum demonstration for George and Charlotte, saw a stunning performance from the Wales Youth Choir for Good and had a sneak peak at how the show will come together."
So lovely to meet the stars and team behind tonight’s concert. We had an extra special drum demonstration for George and Charlotte, saw a stunning performance from the Wales Youth Choir for Good and had a sneak peak at how the show will come together.Have a great time! 🏴 pic.twitter.com/CDHJAdnt0AJune 4, 2022
Kate and Wills also had a go at conducting the orchestra to the song Sweet Caroline.
A love of music is a trait shared with Charlotte's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who is a keen piano player, sang madrigals at Windsor and also has two honorary music degrees.
The musical gene clearly runs in the family, with Kate previously revealing that Prince George is learning to play the guitar, according to PEOPLE.
Today marks the penultimate day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations for the Queen.
You can catch all the action by watching the Platinum Jubilee on TV, with full coverage of the main events.
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