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Kingdom Choir Go Viral With Royal Wedding Performance

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Kingdom Choir Go Viral With Royal Wedding Performance

They have been one of the most talked about groups over the past couple of days…

 

But then what do you expect when you deliver a worldwide performance of outstanding calibre at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wedding?

 

The Kingdom Choir led by UK choir director Karen Gibson were invited to sing at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding over the weekend in which they accepted.

 

Upon the request of the couple, the gospel choir delivered a sensational rendition of “Stand By Me”. Led by Paul Green, the choir blew everyone away. From the guests that were in the church to us all watching worldwide, every harmony was executed to royal perfection.

 

Since Saturday, after doubling social media numbers the fashionable choir have attended a variety of press interviews from around the world including, BBC, Good Morning America as well as Good Morning Britain bringing back every spine-tingling moment that we captured through the recent events.

 

The monumental wedding which has seen the shift in monarchy and aristocracy left social media on a buzz as many moments throughout the day showcased the union, tradition, race and nationalities come together as one.

 

We are so excited for the choir as in releasing the tribute to the couple as a single, it has also been added to the official royal wedding album on Spotify which you can listen to here.

 

The lesson of the day: whatever you do, when it comes to Christ do it in excellence. Why? Because when you stay ready, you will always be ready for what you do not see coming.

 

Congratulations again to the incredible talent that is Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir.

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