Kate Middleton - The Duchess of Cambridge - accompanied Tom Walker on the piano for a heartwarming performance of "For Those Who Can't Be Here".
Photo Cred: iTV | Royal Carols: Together At Christmas

Kate Middleton – The Duchess of Cambridge – accompanied Tom Walker on the piano for a heartwarming performance of “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.


United Kingdom (27 December 2021) – Watch The Duchess of Cambridge and Tom Walker perform ‘For Those Who Can’t Be Here’ at Westminster Abbey for Royal Carols: Together At Christmas.

Driven by a melancholic piano and Tom’s powerful, distinctive vocals, ‘For Those Who Can’t Be Here’ speaks of heartfelt sorrow, remembering those who can’t be there at this time of the year.

The performance took place in The Chapter House inside Westminster Abbey in December 2021. The song was played as part of the Royal Carols: Together At Christmas, a carol service that reflected upon the difficult past 18 months for people across the world, and particularly for those who might be more vulnerable, isolated or have limited access to support.

“Together At Christmas” was a moment to recognise those who have struggled during the pandemic, as well as to celebrate the individuals and organisations who carried out inspirational acts of kindness and incredible feats to help those in need in our communities.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s performance was uploaded to her Youtube channel two days ago and has already garnered 2,4 million views while keeping her in the global top trending videos for the week.

Watch the heartwarming performance below:

Sources: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 
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