On the occasion of the big Christmas concert organized by Kate Middleton and broadcast on Friday evening on British television, the Duchess of Cambridge offered a beautiful moment of emotion by accompanying singer Tom Walker on the piano.
It is a talent that we did not know him yet. Kate Middleton bewitched the public during the big Christmas concert organized by her and broadcast on British television on Friday evening. Elegant in red, the Duchess of Cambridge played a piano tune, accompanying singer Tom Walker in one of his songs. « It’s definitely the experience of a lifetime, » commented the artist when asked about his duet with the wife of Prince William. “I think she handled her performance absolutely perfectly, it’s not easy to sit behind a piano with a bunch of musicians you’ve never played with, and to be filmed live by cameras. . But it was perfect, ”he added. Obviously delighted by his meeting with the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis, the singer continued to compliment her, describing her as an « adorable, loving and warm » woman. “She took the time to personally thank everyone for this opportunity to play together. It was a time when you had to pinch yourself to realize it was true, to be in such a beautiful place and sing next to the Duchess with my band and an orchestra. I will never forget that ”.
According to a royal source quoted by « People », the idea of this performance would have been proposed by Kate herself. The American media specifies that she began to play the piano from childhood and that music brought her « great comfort » during the pandemic. The Duchess reportedly met Tom Walker last October during an event in which he sang his song « Leave a Light On », in which he recounts his struggles and addictions. Following this concert, she allegedly suggested that he come and perform for Christmas and perform his song « For Those Who Can’t Be Here », a Christmas song « that speaks has a lot this year ”.
« A celebration of life in our communities »
The concert « Together at Christmas », recorded on December 8 at Westminster Abbey and broadcast on Friday evening was wanted by Kate Middleton, in order to honor the heroes of the Covid-19 pandemic. An event which represents « a celebration of life in our communities » and which illustrates « how acts of kindness, empathy and love can nourish us and reconnect us ». “Acts of kindness and love can really give us comfort and relief in times of distress. But above all, it’s about celebrating goodwill, acts of kindness, love, empathy and compassion to help people get through these difficult times. I hope everyone can enjoy this evening with their family and friends, ”she said.
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