Kate Middleton Plays Piano in Real Christmas Concert

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, stunned subjects across the UK and Commonwealth countries by performing in the evening concert “Royal Carols: Together at Christmas” this Friday (24) in London, UK.

The event was held by the couple’s duchy and brought together around 1,200 people among famous guests, friends and British heroes. They watched a series of interpretations of Christmas carols and Kate Middleton took “For Those Who Can’t Be Here” alongside Tom Walker, the song’s original interpreter.

The show was aired by ITV, which is a competitor to the BBC, UK state TV, which Queen Elizabeth II is sovereign. This was because the royal family broke up with the channel after they produced and aired the documentary “Princes and the Press”, which talks about William and Harry’s relationship with the local press.

Called unilateral and biased, the record speaks of how the princes in the direct line to the throne changed the way they deal with the press since 2012, when the queen celebrated the 60th anniversary of her coronation. The marriage of Harry and Meghan Markle, the birth of Archie and the refusal of the official photo of the heir and the departure of the couple from royalty, and other dark spots throughout the 90s and 00’.

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Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, stunned subjects across the UK and Commonwealth countries by performing in the evening concert “Royal Carols: Together at Christmas” this Friday (24) in London, UK.

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