Princess Catherine To Host Christmas Concert For the Second Time
Let’s just say that the Princess’ first Christmas concert was so much of a resounding success that she’s throwing another one this year. Like last year, this year’s concert will benefit the charities that are close to Catherine’s heart. Who’s hoping we get to see the Princess on the keyboard again this year? (My hand is up).
The Princess of Wales’s Christmas Service Will Recognize the “Selfless Efforts” Of People Across the UK
As a tribute to the Queen, who died on September 8 this year, and as a way to bring people closer for the holidays, Catherine will be hosting a heartwarming Christmas carol that will air on ITV on Christmas Eve.
It’s expected to be as diverse as last year’s event, with the general theme being the idea of “coming together” to support the less privileged and celebrate the season.
Apart from being joyous and heartwarming, the service, which is supported by the Royal Foundation, will recognize the “selfless efforts” of those across the country.
Most of the guests that’ll attend the grand service are those who share the principles of caring for those around them.
The show will exemplify meaningful values such as “empathy, compassion and support for others.”
The broadcaster added that the service will “celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection can bring, forging friendships and strengthening communities, creating legacies of humility and kindness, whilst also providing relief and comfort in times of difficulty or loss.”
Princess Catherine’s Christmas Service To Showcase the Joy Of “Human Connection”
Last year’s event was attended by several members of the Royal Family, including Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, Mike and Zara Tindall, among others. As part of the program, the Princess played the piano accompaniment to Tom Walker singing “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.
This year’s lineup is yet to be revealed.
The royal carol service will “celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection can bring, forging friendships and strengthening communities, creating legacies of humility and kindness, whilst also providing relief and comfort in times of difficulty or loss.”
Last year’s “Together At Christmas” service took place at Westminster Abbey, and proceeds from the show went towards supporting organizations that offer free mental health programs and others that drive the awareness and action on the extraordinary impact of the early years.
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