On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge took to Instagram to share some glimpses of the event which will be aired on ITV on Christmas Eve. The caption read: “What a special evening, seeing so many familiar faces, as well as meeting inspirational people who have gone the extra mile for their community in recent times.
“Across the country, these organisations and unsung heroes have pulled together and through acts of kindness helped others in the face of extraordinary challenges.
“Tune in to ITV at 7:30pm on Christmas Eve to see this special event.”
The festive event was served to celebrate those ‘who go above and beyond to support their communities.’
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, gathered 1,200 “unsung heroes” throughout the Covid-19 pandemic to record a festive special at Westminster Abbey in central London.
It was arranged to pay tribute to the work of heroes and groups who have worked tirelessly in their communities during Covid-19.
She was joined by her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, as well as her siblings James and Pippa for Together At Christmas.
As the event concluded, her Instagram post was flooded with the users applauding the couple for organising the event.
One of the users @Authorsarahburr said: “What an absolutely stunning event! So full of spirit and love! Thank you for sharing”
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Another user @Hrh_aziza said: “I just loved it all, thank you for inviting me! My dad came as my plus one and we were so excited to be seated not too far behind you.
“Didn’t get to say hello this time, but I hope I get to another time soon.”
The next was @Schtherapydogs that said: “An incredible event at which our founder was honoured to be invited.”
“So many inspirational people who have served their communities. She was humbled to be there.”