Viewers say there is “no end” to the Duchess of Cambridge’s talents after her flawless piano performance during Royal Songs: Together at Christmas , broadcast by ITV Tonight and hosted by Kate.
The Princess joined pop star Tom Walker for his never-before-seen Christmas song, For Those Who Can’t Be Here.
Even said she had “absolutely passed” the performance.
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Royal fans seduced by the Duchess have taken to social media.
A shocked viewer said: “Is there no end to these charming talented women? Watch Royal Carols at Christmas on ITV and Kate accompanies Tom Walker on the piano.”
Another wrote: “Looking at Royal Carols and sitting with her mouth open as the Duchess sits down to the piano to accompany Tom Walker. Who knew?”
A third commented: “Watching the ITV Westminster Royal Carols … a man sings on his guitar, about those who are no longer with us. A woman in the background accompanies him on the piano … it’s is the Duchess of Cambridge … calmly, expertly, and now rushing into her final next to him. Bless her. “
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Tom described Kate as an “incredible musician” and said the couple got together for top secret rehearsals at a recording studio before the concert.
He said, âI didn’t even know she played the piano.
âIt was very secret, very secret – even the studio didn’t know what was going on. We were seated across the room for Covid, rehearsing.
“So we got together, we rehearsed the song about nine times and in the end she absolutely nailed it, then she left for a few days and practiced it, and then we finally got to record it. .
“And I was really impressed because it’s one thing to play with me in a studio, just the two of us, but then to jump right into the game with a live string quartet, a pianist and two backing singers, which she had all never encountered before and then doing live takes on camera – that’s a whole different leap from jamming.
âShe absolutely did it and I was so surprised at how great she was at keeping time because she had to start the song and conduct it.
“Amazing musician and what an amazing day it was crazy.”
The Duchess has her third grade piano and fifth grade theory.
After spending time with Kate, Tom said she was “a talented, kind, warm and lovable person.”
He added: “She’s very cool, very nice and she was so nice to everyone who was there – she personally introduced herself to the whole group.
âIt was just adorable. A great moment for me in my career.
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