The Carol evening was led by the Duchess, who “wanted to hold a celebration of life in our communities, and explains how acts of compassion, empathy and love can nurture and reconnect us.”
In a recorded message introducing the event, Kate said she would like to thank those who went above and beyond to support their communities during the epidemics, and wanted to celebrate the acts of mercy seen across the country and recognize others who have fought. The last two years.
In line with the service, he reflected on the results of “another extraordinary year” and the last 18 months of “previously unimaginable challenges”.
Attendees at the December 8 event were described as “unsung heroes” selected from supporters of social networks, charities and Her Majesty the Queen, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
A recording of the event, “Royal Carols: Together at Christmas” was shown on the UK’s ITV network on Christmas Eve, and included scenes not seen before the Duchess played the piano.
With concerts by singers Ellie Golding and Leona Lewis and readings by British Paralympian Kim Table and “Harry Potter” star Tom Feldon, audiences knew that celebrity appearances would feature on the show, but Kate’s performance was amazing.
The Duchess played with Tom Walker “for those who can’t be here” at the Chapter House in Westminster Abbey.
Members of the Windsor clan attended the festivities to offer their support for the Duchess’s Big Night, including Princess Beatrice and her husband Edero Mabelli Mosi, Princess Beatrice, the Countess of Wessex and Zara and Mike Tyndall.
Kate’s parents Michael and Carol Middleton and her siblings James and Pippa also had a rare public appearance.
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