The Duchess of Cambridge’s Christmas carol concert is being screened on ITV tonight – and she’s dropped a huge hint she will show off a special hidden skill.
A teaser clip for Together At Christmas, which was filmed at Westminster Abbey earlier this month before Covid numbers skyrocketed, has been posted on Kate and William’s official Instagram account.
In the footage, which has no sound, the mum-of-three walks over to a piano at Westminster Abbey.
She then sits down and makes herself comfortable but before any notes are played the video cuts out.
And now royal fans are convinced that when the concert is aired on TV later this evening, it will feature a piano performance by Kate.
One commented on the clip: “Wow! Duchess Kate playing the piano?”
Another asked: “She plays the piano too?!”
While another said: “Yesssss Kate is going to tickle the ol’ ivory for us!?”
It has been previously reported that Kate learned to play the piano as a youngster as well as the flute and was in her school’s orchestra.
However, this could be the first time she has ever performed in public.
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The Christmas event, which is hosted by Kate, pays tribute to the incredible work of individuals and organisations across the UK who have supported their communities through the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the service, she was supported by other royals, who turned out for the event.
They included her husband Prince William as well as Zara and Mike Tindall, Sophie Wessex and Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Kate’s family including her mum Carole, dad Michael, sister Pippa and brother James were also in attendance.
Among the other familiar faces making an appearance in the show are TV presenter Kate Garraway, and singers Tom Walker, Ellie Goulding and Leona Lewis.
Yesterday, it was confirmed that Kate, William and their children George and Charlotte and Louis would be spending Christmas in Norfolk with members of Kate’s family.
They will not be joining the monarch at Windsor for Christmas festivities, though they are still expected to see the Queen over the holiday period.
It was not known which members of Kate’s family would be attending Christmas Day celebrations with the couple and their three children.
The last time the Cambridges celebrated Christmas with the Middletons was in 2016, when they attended church in Bucklebury as a family of four with George and Charlotte.