Kate Middleton has made no secret of the fact she loves TV talent shows and just like the rest of the nation, she too was caught up in Britain’s Got Talent fever at the weekend.
Who was she supporting? Only Boys Aloud. According to The Sun, the Duchess sent the 140-strong choir an extra special message ahead of the final.
A source said: “Kate sent a note wishing them luck and that she was supporting them.”
After receiving the Royal seal of approval, the Welsh boys choir wowed BGT judges with their beautiful rendition of rugby anthem Calon Lan.
David Walliams told them: “A week ago I said you could win this competition and after this I really think you can.”
Alesha Dixon agreed: “That was very special… I can feel the passion from every one of you … I commend you all, all of you should be proud.”
Amanda Holden, choking up as she spoke, said: “I’ve always loved you… it’s not just a talent show in this country but around the world… I would be proud of you boys to represent the UK across the world.”
Simon Cowell added: “This is why I love the show because I got emotional listening to a song I didn’t understand single word of… I could tell how much it meant to every single one of you… so far this is the best performance of the night.”
The talented lads went on to come third in the competition, behind runners-up Jonathan and Charlotte and winners Ashleigh and Pudsey.
Despite losing out on the top spot, they were delighted with the result.
The choir was formed in 2010 by Tim Rhys Evans who wanted to find the next generation of Welsh male singers. The boys said their dream would be to perform at The White House for President Obama.
ALOUD AND PROUD