The Queen is said to have broken out into a song by Gary Barlow recently and has revealed that she would love to be able to sing.
This revelation comes from 23-year-old Laura Wright, who will be performing the National Anthem this weekend at the England verses Wales rugby match at Twickenham Stadium.
According to Ms Wright, The Queen told her that she would love to be able to sing and has even personally been told by Gary Barlow himself that it is “just a matter of learning”.
The 23-year-old soprano said that Her Majesty had a lovely singing voice when she heard her sing an extract of Gary Barlow’s song ‘Sing’, which was the song created by members of The Commonwealth for commemorating The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
“When I was talking to her, she sang a little bit of a track from Gary’s Sing EP”, Ms Wright revealed to the Daily Mail. “It sounded like she had a lovely voice. I did offer her some singing lessons, but I think she might be quite busy.”
Ms Wright added by saying the 87-year-old told her of her desire to be able to sing during a Commonwealth event held at Buckingham Palace, and the monarch also revealed that she has always dreamed of being in a musical.
photo credit: lizsmith via photopin cc
To receive the latest Royal Central posts straight to your email inbox, enter your email address below and press subscribe.
Join 560 other subscribers