latest news- Kate reveals the nation's favourite Christmas carol! Princess of Wales will include O' Come, All Ye Faithful in her Westminster Abbey next month after GMB viewer vote breaking news

The royal mother-of-three gave viewers a choice between three carols GMD host Richard Armitage revealed 25,000 people voted this week The 17th Century hymn will be sung at the end of Princess' Christmas service The TV special will be filmed on December 15 and air on Christmas Eve

latest news- Kate reveals the nation's favourite Christmas carol! Princess of Wales will include O' Come, All Ye Faithful in her Westminster Abbey next month after GMB viewer vote breaking news

The royal mother-of-three gave viewers a choice between three carols GMD host Richard Armitage revealed 25,000 people voted this week The 17th Century hymn will be sung at the end of Princess' Christmas service The TV special will be filmed on December 15 and air on Christmas Eve

latest news- Kate reveals the nation's favourite Christmas carol! Princess of Wales will include O' Come, All Ye Faithful in her Westminster Abbey next month after GMB viewer vote breaking news
30 Kasım 2022 - 13:20

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The Princess of Wales will include O' Come, All Ye Faithful in her Westminster Abbey Christmas service after asking Good Morning Britain viewers to vote for their favourite carol. 

The royal mother-of-three, 40, gave viewers a choice of three carols to be performed at her Christmas service, which will air on December 24 on ITV1.

This morning, hosts Richard Arnold and Susanna Reid revealed that over 25,000 people took part in the vote this week.

The Princess narrowed the shortlist down to Hark The Herald Angels Sing, Joy To The World and O’ Come, All Ye Faithful - with the latter taking first place.

The Princess of Wales gave Good Morning Britain viewers a choice between three carols which will be sung at the end of her Christmas service on December 15. The royal mother-of-three, 40, pictured during her Westminster Abbey service in December 2021

The Princess of Wales gave Good Morning Britain viewers a choice between three carols which will be sung at the end of her Christmas service on December 15. The royal mother-of-three, 40, pictured during her Westminster Abbey service in December 2021

The Prince and Princess of Wales, Countess of Wessex and Zara and Mike Tindall pictured at the Duchess' carol service last year. GMB viewers voted for O¿ Come, All Ye Faithful to be sung at this year's service

The Prince and Princess of Wales, Countess of Wessex and Zara and Mike Tindall pictured at the Duchess' carol service last year. GMB viewers voted for O’ Come, All Ye Faithful to be sung at this year's service

The 18th Century hymn will be sung at the end of the Princess' Christmas service in Westminster Abbey, which will be attended by more than 3,300 people.

During the show, the London Youth Choir performed each of the three carols in the West London set.

After Richard announced the winner, his delighted co-host Susanna exclaimed: 'Oh how wonderful!'

The Princess of Wales' service will be filmed in the historic London church - where she married Prince William in 2011 - on December 15.

The Prince and Princess of Wales will both attend the Christmas service at Westminster Abbey - where they married in 2011 - on December 15. Pictured attending the Ceremonial Welcome at Horse Guards Parade for President Cyril Ramaphosa last week

The Prince and Princess of Wales will both attend the Christmas service at Westminster Abbey - where they married in 2011 - on December 15. Pictured attending the Ceremonial Welcome at Horse Guards Parade for President Cyril Ramaphosa last week

The purpose of the service is to recognise selflessness among individuals and communities around the UK and highlight the importance of supporting others during difficult times.

The event, which is spearheaded by the Princess of Wales band supported by The Royal Foundation, will showcase the 'joy' of coming together in friendships and community events that support people in times of difficulty and loss.

It is designed to appeal to people of all faiths, as well as people who do not practice faith or religion.

To celebrate such values, some special guests will be invited to the Abbey in recognition of their efforts to help the people around them.

Last year, the Princess's event was attended by her husband Prince William, as well as Zara and Mike Tindall and Sophie Wessex.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were also in attendance and were pictured singing along to the carols and hymns. 

It was also a family affair for the Princess, with her parents Carole and Michael Middleton, as well as her siblings James and Pippa, also in attendance. 

During the service, speakers were invited to address the crowd, with the Prince of Wales making a speech as well as ITV presenter Kate Garraway. 

Westminster Abbey will be adorned with decorations to mark the event, where some favourite Christmas carols and readings will be performed.

Katie Rawcliffe, head of entertainment commissioning at ITV, said: 'It is a real honour to be the broadcast partner for the Royal Carols again this year. Viewers are in for a very special festive treat.'



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