An artist chosen by the Princess of Wales described an invitation to her Christmas Carol concert as “a tremendous honor and privilege” to be part of the event.
Kate Middleton will host the event, which will pay tribute to the late Queen, on Thursday 15 December at Westminster Abbey, before it is broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve.
King announced the news on Twitter by sharing a video of London’s O’Reilly Poudre Palmer painting a snowy scene in the church, complete with trees decorated with fairy lights and a number of Corgi dogs outside.
Aurelie shared a screenshot of the final photo on it Instagram Page, writes: ‘I have had the immense honor and privilege to articulate the invitation to a Christmas Carol service at Westminster Abbey on behalf of princeandprincessofwales.
Aurelie Baudry Palmer, of London, described it as ‘a tremendous honor and privilege’ to extend an invitation to the Princess of Wales’ Christmas Carol.
The royal announced the news on Twitter by sharing a video of O’Reilly painting a snowy scene in the church, complete with trees decorated with fairy lights and a number of Corgi dogs outside.
The artist, who was born in France and now lives in London, posted on Instagram an ‘unbelievable honor’ to be part of the event
It is an incredible honor to be a part of this event in this way and I am so grateful for this amazing opportunity.
“I am so excited to see the final video and I thank all the team that helped bring this together.”
She added: ‘Put Thursday 15 December in your diary! It will also be available to watch on ITV on Christmas Eve.
It is not known how the Princess of Wales found the painter, who is originally from France but now lives in London.
Aurelie shared a screenshot of the final photo on her Instagram page and said she was “beaming with joy”
She has previously produced illustrations for the Four Seasons group of hotels, as well as selling her own cards and notes on the online Etsy marketplace.
Kate and Prince William shared the video on their official KensingtonRoyal social media accounts on Friday night, writing: “Date for your diary in December!
“And you can join us for this very special service Carol on ITV on Christmas Eve.”
The purpose of the service is to recognize the selflessness of individuals and communities across the UK and to highlight the importance of supporting others in difficult times.
Kate and Prince William shared a video of the artist completing the illustration on their official Kensington social media accounts on Friday night (pictured left, he’s drawing the drawing, and right, he’s drawing it)
The exquisite detail on the illustration showed a number of royal corgi dogs, in apparent homage to the Queen
The event, led by the Princess of Wales with the support of the Royal Foundation, will showcase the “joy” of coming together in friendships and community events that support people in times of hardship and loss.
It is designed to attract people of all faiths, as well as people who do not practice faith or religion.
Royal fans can expect members of the royal family to attend this event as the late Queen is commemorated in a ceremony honoring some of the core values she has demonstrated throughout her life – including compassion and compassion.
To celebrate these values, some special guests will be invited to the monastery in recognition of their efforts in helping the people around them.
At last year’s event, the Princess of Wales was joined by her husband Prince William, Sophie Wessex, Zara and Mike Tindall
Last year, the Princess’ party was attended by her husband Prince William, as well as Zara, Mike Tindall and Sophie Wessex.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were also in attendance and were photographed singing along to the carols.
It was also a family affair for the princess, with her parents Carol and Michael Middleton present, as well as her siblings James and Pippa, as well.
During the service, speakers were invited to address the crowd, with the Prince of Wales giving a speech as well as ITV presenter Kate Garraway.
Westminster Abbey will be decorated with decorations to celebrate the event, where some of the favorite Christmas carols and readings will be presented.
“It’s a real honor to be the broadcast partner of the Royal Carols again this year,” said Katie Rawcliffe, ITV’s Head of Entertainment. Viewers will be treated to a very special festive treat.
The Prince and Princess of Wales were photographed at last year’s event in Westminster Abbey, which was also broadcast on Christmas Eve
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