The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, surprised everyone on Christmas Eve by sitting in front of the piano to accompany Tom Walker.
The event was during the performance of the Christmas special Royal Carols: Together for Christmas broadcast by the British broadcaster ITV, reports the Daily mail.
Kate and Tom They performed the artist’s new Christmas single, For those who can’t be here (“For those who can’t be here”).
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What Christmas theme did the Duchess of Cambridge participate in?
The theme is reminiscent to those who can no longer celebrate the Christmas holidays with their loved ones, especially now during the coronavirus pandemic that continues to afflict the world.
The singer revealed that he wrote the tune in his mind to his mother and on the recent death of his grandfather.
“The basis of the song is also that every year my grandmother lifts a glass at the table and says:” This is ” for everyone who can’t be there this yearLet’s take a little moment to remember them, “he said.
How did the Duchess get the idea Kate Middleton?
The achievement was recorded on December 8th by candlelight in the chapter house of Westminster Abbey and she wasn’t the only one on the program.
Singers Leona Lewis and Ellie Goulding, actors Tom Felton and Journalist Kate Garraway was also one of the surprise guests.
Take part in the act of what music was like own idea Kate Middletonwho decided to invite Walker after hearing him sing Leave a light on Attended a charity event in support of people with drug and alcohol problems that both of them attended.
A very talented musician and person
“We rehearsed the song nine times,” said the singer, who the Duchess considered “incredible music” and a person “with a lot of talent, friendly, loving and charming. “
He also found that it was “an amazing day” and “crazy” to perform with her, quoted 20 minutes.
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