Last Thursday the Princess of Wales hosted her annual Christmas Carol service at Westminster Abbey – and made a hilarious confession about her children whilst chatting to her guests.
When talking to Alfie Boe, the musical theatre star, Princess Of Wales revealed to the world that despite her many musical talents, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis aren’t fans of her singing!
“On the piano, you can slightly hide away a bit more than you can do singing,” says the Princess.
“Actually my children probably wouldn’t forgive me – I’m not sure whether they think I’ve got a particularly good singing voice. I’ll have to have some lessons.”
Last year’s concert featured a surprise performance by Princess Catherine, which saw her accompany singer Tom Walker on the piano in the candlelit Chapter House of Westminster Abbey as Walker sang his heart wrenching hit For Those Who Can’t Be Here.
This year’s concert however, was even more touching as it was dedicated to the life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the values of duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion and support for others, all of which the late monarch embodied throughout her lifetime.
Westminster Abbey was decorated with a donation of Christmas Trees from King Charles, those outside the Abbey decorated with fake snow and warm lights, while those inside featured red bows and Paddington Bear baubles, a tribute to Queen Elizabeth.
Another welcome surprise for royal fans was the appearances of Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, who accompanied their parents.
The young royals, aged nine and seven respectively, were spotted warmly greeting their grandpa, King Charles, and step-grandmother, Queen Consort Camilla, with two kisses on each cheeks.
Both George and Charlotte reached out to put their arms around their grandfather, as the King knelt down to kiss his grandchildren. Following her husband, Camilla could also be seen greeting her step-grandchildren affectionately.