The Duchess of Cambridge outdid herself in her first every television debut, where she played a Christmas song for all the world to hear.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, stunned the audience at a community carol service with a moving surprise piano performance on Christmas Eve. Alongside musician Tom Walker and surrounded by candles, she showed off her impressive piano skills for the first time for the television special, “Royal Carols: Together At Christmas.”
Ahead of the concert at The Chapter House inside Westminster Abbey, the pair secretly filmed at a recording studio, according to BBC News. The entire event, which also featured Leona Lewis, Ellie Goulding, and “Harry Potter” star Tom Felton, was broadcast in Britain on ITV.
The attendees of “Royal Carols: Together At Christmas” were individuals and organizations who inspired and supported their communities throughout the coronavirus pandemic, ITV said. The service aimed to uplift the nation and reflect upon the difficulty of the pandemic, “particularly for those who might be more vulnerable, isolated, or have limited access to support.
Watch her poignant performance here.