Craig David’s ‘pinch me’ moment in palace defies royal ‘tense’ last time he performed

Craig David gives Jubilee review over the weekend after claiming there was ‘stress’ last time he performed for the royals

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Craig David discusses being asked to perform for the Queen

Craig David shared his ‘pinching me’ moment at the palace after performing at the Platinum Jubilee concert.

But the 41-year-old singer, who said it was an honor to be asked to perform, couldn’t help but return to his last royal performance as he felt ‘tension’ running high.

Speaking on his Commonwealth Service Day, which is understood to be Prince Harry and Meghan’s final event as senior royals in 2021, he said: [There was] a lot of stress going on around that time. ”

The Grammy nominee added: “I’ve always talked about how music is healing and a form of therapy. I can feel it.”

’90s chart-topper Craig David is proud of his palace show


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Craig David said he has realized ‘tense’ in the palace due to his previous royal performances


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Commenting further on the experience, he said: “It feels like it’s a moment where I can witness it.”

Despite his previous performance for the Royals, David, who received an MBE for music services last year, has nothing but praise for the company and feels grateful to be part of the celebrations. of the palace.

The Platinum Party at the Palace is a musical performance celebrating the Queen’s 70th year of reign


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Speaking of the experience, he added: “Being outside Buckingham Palace and then looking down at the Mall and seeing so many people in it, you can feel that, not only because of the excellent service, but the Queen. have been doing for 70 years, but also the way that everyone has come together to celebrate as a nation over the last few years, with all that passed, you can feel that this is a moment memories to bring the whole country closer together and together.

Craig David rocked the stage with a sparkling figure



“So I’m grateful to be a part of it.”

The singer and DJ, who first found fame with the release of his debut album Born To Do It in 2000, was accompanied by his mother Tina, who was ‘scared’ to meet Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.

Saturday night’s platinum party, held in front of Buckingham Palace, which also included performances by Sir Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, Duran Duran, Queen + Adam Lambert, was viewed by 13.4 million people and counted The average audience is 11.2 million.

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