There was a touching moment during the BBC’s coverage of the wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May this year. As Kingdom Choir conductor Karen Gibson raised her arms, crescendoing the singers through Stand By Me, Harry looked at Meghan longingly. Finally, she noticed, looked up and gave him a huge grin. It turned out it was exactly what the UK needed.
For the Kingdom Choir, the first gospel choir to sing at a British Royal wedding, it ...
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