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Kate Middleton performs with Tom Walker

Kate Middleton performs with Tom Walker

Kate Middleton performs with Tom Walker

Kate Middleton performs with Tom Walker in the concert for Christmas at Westminster Abbey. The Duchess of Cambridge added a Piano to her resume. During a concert of Christmas in Westminster Abbey Kate Middleton perform with Tom Walker on piano for a new song “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.
Kate was asked to perform at carol service, Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, as he offered to perform for an unheard song, in which he was sure who would join him.
“So I sent [the song] over to the team and they absolutely loved it, and then a week later they came back and said, ‘Um, would it be alright if the duchess played along with you?'” Walker told the BBC in an interview. “And I was like ‘What?'”
Kate and Walker rehearsed for weeks: “She picked it up so well, it’s really not easy to go from not playing with other musicians for like 10 years to jumping straight in with like a whole band you’ve never met and camera crews doing live takes that’s being filmed in Westminster Abbey so I thought it just went so well,” said Walker. “She’s [a] very talented musician.”

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Walker didn’t disclose the name of her famous bandmate even before the performance. He kept it hidden even from his mother. “She was in floods of tears watching it on the telly,” he said. “It was beautiful.”
This concert is organized by Kate Middleton and Prince William and the guests invited had spent time with the royal couple in the latest meetings.

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