Wonder! princess kate This weekend the Eurovision Song Contest opens with a special performance.
“A #Eurovision surprise read a post on the Instagram account of the Princess of Wales, 41, on Saturday, May 13.
In the video clip, Kate stunned in a one-shoulder blue gown while sitting at a piano inside a British palace. The Duchess tickled the ivories for a new arrangement of Kalush’s winning “Stefania” number from the previous year’s contest.
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To kick off the global competition this weekend, Kalush joined forces with the Duchess of Cornwall, who took over during the song herself.
“well that’s incredible TV presenter Holly Willoughby Seduced via Instagram comment as singer Shirley Kemp noted that it was “amazing”.
Kate—who shares three children with her husband, Prince William – first introduced his piano skills during Royal Carol: Christmas Together concert in December 2021. The broadcast, which was streamed on the BBC, saw the Duchess of Cambridge accompany the musician tom walker to perform their song “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.
Kate first learned piano as a child with younger siblings Pippa Middleton And james middleton,
“Kate came to lessons from when she was about 10 or 11 until she was 13, from about 1993 to 1995,” her former coach, Daniel NicholsUK remembered evening standard In April 2012. “She was absolutely lovely, a really delightful person to teach piano.”
He added at the time: “They were absolutely lovely people, normal piano pupils. … I don’t think anyone would say she was going to be a concert pianist, but she was good at it, she always did everything she was told .
Kate’s unexpected Eurovision cameo comes less than a week after celebrating father-in-law King Charles IIIofficial coronation of The princess and the Prince of Wales, 40, took part in the procession for the crowning ceremony on May 6. With them were all three of their children: Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5. Charlotte and Louis were seated. Next to his parents in his Westminster Abbey pew, while George, who is second in line to the throne, was tasked with carrying the 74-year-old king’s robe train as one of his four pages of honor Was.