Royal Carols: Kate Middleton accompanies Tom Walker

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Piers Morgan admitted he was left in awe by the Duchess of Cambridge after she showcased one of her hidden talents tonight. Kate, who has played the piano since she was a child, wowed fans as she sat at the grand piano in Westminster Abbey as she played for Tom Walker in his poignant hit For Those Who Can’t Be Here.

The Duchess’ performance dazzled viewers at the Christmas Carol concert.

Tom described the Duchess as “lovely, kind and warm-hearted” and said she “smashed” her performance, which was broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter echoed a similar sentiment as he gushed over Kate’s piano skills.

In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers retweeted a message from the official account from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

It read: “A very special performance of ‘For Those Who Can’t Be Here’ with @IamTomWalker for #TogetherAtChristmas

“Watch the full performance on our YouTube channel.”

Piers captioned the video clip of Kate playing the musical instrument, adding: “Very cool – and very ballsy! Well done Catherine.”

The presenter was swiftly inundated with comments, as Twitter user Steve B penned: “Absolutely brilliant.”

Twitter user Lynchy remarked: “One of the best things I’ve seen throughout this pandemic credit to you. Really has cheered me up.”

Nancy added: “She is so lovely and did a great job!”

In a follow-up post, Piers took to the micro-blogging site and shared a snap of Kate sitting at the piano.

He penned: “A proper Duchess.”


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Musician Tom shared that Kate had “gone to town” practising at home, playing along with a backing track.

He added: “She really invested a lot of time and energy into getting it right and making sure that it was good, so I was really impressed – great musician.”

The Duchess of Cambridge has said the pandemic has taught us all how much “we need each other” and how acts of kindness have brought “comfort and relief” during what has been very distressing times.

Kate pre-recorded the message of thanks to introduce her community carol concert which is being broadcast by ITV tonight.

The event took place at Westminster Abbey where she invited guests who had served their communities or overcome great personal challenges over the last 18 months.

The Christmas carol event also included performances from Leona Lewis and Ellie Goulding.

There were also readings from her husband, Prince William, and Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, whose husband, Derek Draper, has been seriously ill with Covid.

The Christmas concert, hosted by Kate, was filmed at Westminster Abbey earlier this month.

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