A recently resurfaced video of a young Kate Middleton has captured the hearts of royal fans, showcasing the Duchess of Cambridge’s impressive singing skills. The footage reveals a delightful moment from her school days when she starred as Eliza Doolittle in the musical “My Fair Lady” at St. Andrews School in Pangbourne in 1993, at the age of 11.
Kate Middleton’s passion for music has not been limited to her school days. In a surprise cameo at the Eurovision Song Contest final, the Duchess gave a prerecorded piano performance, captivating the audience with her instrumental rendition of the winning song “Stefania” by the Ukrainian group Kalush Orchestra. This wasn’t the first time she showcased her musical abilities, as in 2021, she played the piano during a Christmas carol concert at Westminster Abbey, accompanying singer Tom Walker in his song “For Those Who Can’t Be Here.”
Music holds a special place in Kate Middleton’s heart, and during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic, she found great comfort in playing the piano. Recognizing the power of music to bring people together, especially during difficult moments, the Duchess eagerly took part in various musical performances, including Eurovision and the Westminster Abbey Christmas carol concert.
In addition to her musical talents, Kate Middleton plays a vital role as the Princess of Wales and shares three children with Prince William – Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Her artistic pursuits and dedication to various causes continue to inspire and resonate with admirers around the world.