Kate and William release wholesome behind-the-scenes video of Coronation Concert
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The Prince and Princess of Wales have released a wholesome behind-the-scenes video of the Coronation Concert that took place within the grounds of Windsor Castle last night (7 May).
The celebration to mark the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla really had everything from Katy Perry's stunning performance to the newly-crowned Queen looking at her watch to see when it was all over.
In the build-up to the event, all the talk was on the cancellations, with Zoe Ball and singer-songwriter Freya Ridings pulling out at the last minute due to illness.
Nonetheless, the concert provided great entertainment for the many millions watching at home and the 20,000 people in attendance at Windsor.
However, the member of the Royal Family who tends to steal the spotlight at events - Prince Louis - was nowhere to be seen at the show.
Nonetheless, the Wales' seemed to have a great time at the concert, as shown with a little look behind-the-scenes in a video posted to the royal's social media channels.
The short 34-second clip starts with William, Kate, George and Charlotte all smartly dressed walking up to take their seat for the Coronation Concert.
With a massive grin on his face, Prince William is shown walking back stage as he prepares to go on stage to deliver his speech.
Parts of the speech were shown in the video, but this behind-the-scenes footage really expressed how much the family were enjoying the concert.
In his speech, the Prince of Wales paid a public tribute to his father King Charles III, while also making a reference to his late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
Prince William addressed his father, the King, by the very informal mode of address 'Pa' before expressing the Royal Family’s pride in him saying: "Pa, we are all so proud of you."
The speech seemed to reference a lot made by the now King to his late Queen during her Jubilee concerts and funeral processions, when he referred to her as 'Mummy'.
At his Golden Jubilee concert speech in 2002, Charles introduced his mother, as she stood beside him, with 'Your Majesty… Mummy' and later said: "We feel proud of you."