KATE Middleton and Prince William have left royal fans in tears by penning a heartwarming version of the famous 'Twas The Night Before Christmas poem.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s poem thanks key workers who have made sacrifices to keep us safe this year.
In order to demonstrate their gratitude, Kate and William showed how they had helped to arrange giving special presents to the children of key workers at the London Palladium last week.
Taking to their KensingtonRoyal Instagram account, the royal couple wrote: “A Christmas Surprise.
“This year has been extraordinary for many reasons, but through the hardship some of the most incredible people have emerged.
“This Christmas we want to say THANK YOU to all our key workers and their families for all they have done, and for the sacrifices they have made to keep us safe.”
Kate and William only briefly appear in the video, and narrate their version of the poem over clips of key workers during the pandemic.
Changing the words of the popular festive poem, their version starts by saying: “‘Twas two weeks before Christmas and all through the land, key workers kept working to help give us a hand.
“The nurses, the doctors, at the heart of the fight, joined teachers, shop workers, volunteers in their plight.
“And the country was grateful for all they had done, and wanted to thank them and bring them some fun.”
William and Kate added in their picture caption that they worked with Hamleys and the National Lottery to “bring a bit of Christmas magic to the children of those key workers that came to the Palladium last Friday.”
The couple delighted fans as they stepped out in London last week with their three kids Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
The poem and clips showed how children of key workers had been asked for their dream Christmas present before the show.
Then, as they watched the Pantoland production, Hamleys workers had rushed to wrap up all of the requests so they could be handed out after the performance.
Kate and William’s poem ended by saying: “The moral of the story, true now more than ever, remarkable things happen if we all work together.”
People were left extremely moved by the personalised poem and the couple’s gesture at the Palladium.
One wrote: “What a wonderful video. Brought happy tears to my eyes.”
Another added: “This is what being a royal is about. What a wonderful couple.”
A third wrote: “Beautiful, made me cry though.”
Meanwhile, cheeky Louis, two, steals the show on Kate Middleton and Prince William’s adorable leaked Christmas card.
And we previously shared how Kate secretly volunteered during coronavirus with phone calls to lonely pensioner.
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