Prince William and Kids Attend Taylor Swift's London Concert

Royals Gather for Music, Celebrating Family and Festive Occasions Together at Taylor Swift's London Concert.

by Nouman Rasool
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Prince William and Kids Attend Taylor Swift's London Concert
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Taylor Swift’s concert Eras Tour in London was royal as Prince William and his children, George, Charlotte, and Louis, were also present at this event. They headed for the concert at Wembley Stadium on the 21st of June and the event was William’s 42nd birthday, hence the celebration twist to the event.

Although Kensington Palace reported that Kate Middleton was not in a position to attend the celebration, she marked the momentous occasion by sharing on her Instagram a very normal picture of William with the children, keeping in view her recent health concern.

The royal children were not only present at the event, but their presence can also be viewed as the family going out, and William is known for being a fan of the music by Swift. This could not be the first time that Wills be seen extending support to the pop star; he was captured on cameras dancing wildly with Swift and Jon Bon Jovi in 2013 while appearing live on stage during a charity concert held at Kensington Palace.

The beauty and laughter that emanated from the trio singing “Livin’ on a prayer” had earlier revealed a musical side in William that many did not know.

Swift's Global Concert Craze

This show was a part of the Swift Eras Tour and is attended by celebrities and people from all walks of life and all parts of the world who show growing interest in concerts and singing events.

It is a testament to how massive singing events are attaining a world’s facile status. The Royal Corps of Army Music extended the breaking of the convention to play Swift’s ‘Changing of the Guard (Taylor’s version)’ near Buckingham Palace to emphasize royal approval of her music’s influence.

Accompanying this performance for some of the guards was a video of the guards singing and dancing to Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off,’ which went viral and was appreciated by the royal family’s official social media accounts.

Swift’s tour will be further with more shows in London before she revisits it in August to stress her bond as a distant observer with the city and the celebrities. Meghan Markle was recently seen at one of Swift’s concerts in Los Angeles last year, suggesting that the members of the royal family have not completely turned their back on her musical talents.

Prince Harry is missing because he was attending an engagement in Tokyo, and again, this clearly shows that the family has international interests. Besides promoting their key concerns and raising their family, the utilization of the royal procession to attend Swift’s concert can be seen as part and parcel of every royal family’s concern in the cultural society, mixing and mingling with pop icons and entertainment suitable for today’s generation.

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