Amazing royal fans across the nation, even around the world, have discovered Kate’s new talent. Duchess made his first public piano performance during the Royal Songs: Together at a Christmas carol at Westminster Abbey and aired on Christmas Eve.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is a woman of many talents, we’ve recently spoken about her photography, but over this festive season, she’s revealed yet another.
Led and hosted by the Duchess and supported by the Royal Foundation, the Together at Christmas carol service was attended by unsung heroes from across the UK, recognizing their inspiration efforts to protect and care.
Radiant in red, the Duchess took to the keys to play alongside Tom Walker performing ‘For Those Who Can’t Be Here.
Sharing the joy of Christmas the video was also published on the Cambridges official Instagram page and has become the most viewed video on any royal social media channel to date, receiving over 11 million views in just three days, a sure hit with royal fans.
Much like us, other royal fans could not hide their joy: “Watching Catherine the #DuchessOfCambridge play the piano in such an elegant magnificent and yet modern regal way brings some much needed #Christmas joy to us all! I’m beyond amazed by her hidden talent!”
“Kate playing the piano has totally warmed my heart,” said a fan, another adding “As if we couldn’t love Kate Middleton anymore! She played the piano beautifully,” and we couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
The Duchess spoke on her excitement, particularly about performing at Westminster Abbey, saying the church was “really special to William and [her]”, it was there that Kate’s royal wedding to Prince William took place back in April 2011.