The Duchess of Cambridge reveals she plays the piano in new clip

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Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo - Getty Images
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A new clip of the Duchess of Cambridge sitting at a piano has been released ahead of tonight’s (24 December) Together at Christmas carol concert on ITV.

In a teaser for the Christmas Eve special, the Duchess walks over and takes a seat at a piano surrounded by lit candles. In the background, the stunning windows of Westminster Abbey can be seen, which is the location of the carol concert, Together at Christmas, hosted by Kate.

We don’t get to hear the Duchess play in the clip, so we’ll have to wait for the grand reveal this evening at 7.30pm on ITV, to find out what she performs.

To lead the special event, Kate opted for a stunning coat dress in festive red by London-based designer Catherine Walker.

The service was filmed earlier this month and featured a reading from Prince William, as well as music from Ellie Goulding and choir performances. Those invited to attend the service included members of charities and organisations of which the Royal Family are patrons.

Also in attendance were community members who had made a difference over the pandemic, and armed forces personnel who were involved with evacuations from Afghanistan earlier this year.

Speaking of the Together at Christmas carol service, the Duchess said, “in the congregation we’ve got many inspirational individuals. We owe them a huge debt of gratitude for all they’ve done in bringing people together and supporting their communities.”

She added that although so many of us had been separated from loved ones throughout the pandemic, “through that separation, we’ve also realised how much we need each other and how acts of kindness and love can really bring us comfort and relief in times of distress.”

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