Royal fans are keen to know if Kate Middleton will gift them the same Christmas present she did last year, as excitement builds for the Prince and Princess of Wales' upcoming carol service at Westminster Abbey.
- Fans are wondering if Kate Middleton will play the piano again at the royal carol service at Westminster Abbey, after being wowed by the 40-year-old's impressive keyboard skills at the 2021 event.
- The Princess of Wales joined Scottish singer, Tom Walker, for a stunning performance of 'For Those Who Can't Be Here' last year.
- In other royal news, King Charles' boozy pre-dinner ritual that 'just makes sense'.
Royal fans are desperate to find out if the Princess of Wales will play piano on TV again this December, after wowing viewers with her duet performance of 'For Those Who Can't Be Here' last year.
On Saturday, Prince William and Kate Middleton extended their 'beautiful' invitation to the public to join them for an exciting Christmas Carol Service next month.
The stunning RSVP, which includes a watercolor illustration of Westminster Abbey by Aurélie Baudry Palmer of Home-Drawn (opens in new tab), marks the couple's second year in a row to hold the festive event at the iconic London cathedral. The service, which will pay tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, will be recorded on December 15 and broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve.
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Fans are now wondering if Kate Middleton will flex her musical muscles at the upcoming carol service, having already proven her talent at last year's event.
The 40-year-old joined Tom Walker for a stunning performance of his poignant song, 'For Those Who Can't Be Here', providing the instrumental music as the Scottish singer belted out the vocals. Despite being 'quite nervous' about her stage debut, Kate stole the show with her mastery of the keys - so much so, that folks are now asking for an encore.
The princess reportedly learned how to play piano as a child, but began practicing more frequently during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
With so much positive feedback surrounding her inaugural performance, royal fans are now hoping that Kate will star in yet another festive concert at this year's carol service.
"Will the Princess of Wales play the piano again? Please!" one person wrote on Instagram, prompting another fan to reply, "WE NEED THAT."
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