Royal Family News – Kate Middleton to Host Another Edition of her Christmas Carol Concert
Royal Family news reveals that Kate Middleton is set to host another Christmas Carol Concert this year. Read on and we’ll give you the details.
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Royal Family news reveals that, per Marie Claire, Princess Kate is all set to host another round of her Christmas Carol Concerts and she’s pretty excited. Iris Goldsztajn reports that The Prince and Princess of Wales Foundation has officially announced that there will be a second concert of carols this year with an image of a colorfully dressed Princess Kate tying little red ribbons on a large Christmas tree.
Per the Royal Foundation website, the festive event will take place at Westminster Abbey on December 15 and will then be broadcast on Britain’s ITV on Christmas Eve.
A Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II
Royal fans will recall the then-Duchess of Cambridge playing the piano during Royal Carols: Together at Christmas last year. Well, according to PEOPLE, Kate is officially ready to make it a new Christmas tradition.
Friday, Buckingham Palace announced that the newly minted Princess of Wales, 40, will be hosting another holiday carol concert at Westminster Abbey. This will be the second such event and will bring together senior members of the Royal Family along with military personnel, frontline workers, charity staff, community volunteers, and more to “celebrate the joy that human connection can bring.”
This year the Christmas concert will pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II who died in September at the age of 96. The concert is expected to showcase the values the late Queen stood for throughout her long and memorable life.
Last Year’s Concert was ‘Very Important’ to Kate Middleton
The Palace spoke about these values in a statement that read: “These principles are shared and personified by the inspirational guests who have been invited to the Abbey from across the U.K. in recognition of their tireless efforts to help and care for those around them.”
Last year, the duchess accompanied singer Tom Walker for a rendition of his song “For Those Who Can’t Be Here.” Kate reportedly asked Tom to play at the service, because his song had “such pertinence” for many that year what with the COVID-19 pandemic still in full swing.
“Music was very important to the Duchess during the lockdowns,” a source said. “She also recognizes the powerful way in which music brings people together — especially during difficult times. For these reasons, she was keen to be part of Tom’s performance in this way.”
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