Ellie Goulding stuns in an incredible embellished satin gown and feathered cape ahead of her performance at Royal Carols Together At Christmas
She will be performing on the Royal Carols Together At Christmas.
And Ellie Goulding, 34, looked stunning in a white gown ahead of the Westminster Abbey concert, which will be broadcast on Christmas Eve on ITV.
Ellie donned a satin full length dress complete sheer long sleeves and heavy silver embellishing that scattered outwards from her waist.
Beautiful: Ellie Goulding, 34, stuns in an incredible satin embellished gown and feathered cape ahead of her performance for the Royal Carols Together At Christmas
She added a dramatic feather trimmed cape with structured shoulders that created a small train behind her.
Her bright blonde locks were styles loose as she opted for a simple makeup palette with a pink lip for her performance.
Taking to Instagram, the singer penned: ‘Honoured to perform for the Duke & Duchess, one of my favourite songs for Christmas.’
Stunning: She added a dramatic feather trimmed cape with structured shoulders that created a small train behind her for the performance
In the first trailer released last week, Ellie could be seen alongside other celebrity performers including Leona Lewis and Tom Walker.
It also features a clip of presenter Kate Garraway speaking at Westminster Abbey concert – which was filmed on 8th December.
Hosted and spearheaded by The Duchess, and supported by The Royal Foundation, the event paid tribute to the incredible work of individuals and organisations across the UK who have supported their communities through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stunning! In the first trailer released last week, Ellie could be seen alongside other celebrity performers including Leona Lewis and Tom Walker
Filmed for broadcast, the service provided a moment for the nation to come together and reflect.
To think not only of the extraordinary challenges that we have faced, but also to celebrate the acts of kindness that we have witnessed across our nation.
The communities pulling together to protect and care for those in need, and those who have stepped up to help others.
Host: Spearheaded by The Duchess, and supported by The Royal Foundation, the event paid tribute to the incredible work of individuals and organisations across the UK
It combined traditional elements with a modern and inclusive feel to encompass people of all faiths and none.
The service featured carols sung by the world-renowned Westminster Abbey choir alongside musical performances by Ellie and Leona Lewis.
It also incorporated a performance of To The Day, a poignant composition created for the service by poet and writer Lemn Sissay, and readings delivered by speakers including The Duke of Cambridge, British Paralympian and junior doctor Kim Daybell and Kate Garraway.
Performances: X Factor winner Leona Lewis, 36, sported a dazzling green dress to perform at the concert
New: Tom Walker, 30, will perform his new Christmas single For Those Who Can’t Be Here
The Christmas Eve broadcast will feature additional content including an introduction from The Duchess of Cambridge.
It will also include videos highlighting the efforts of inspirational organisations, and a special performance by Tom Walker of his new Christmas single For Those Who Can’t Be Here.
Unsung heroes from across the length and breadth of the nation were invited to attend the service in recognition of their tireless efforts and selfless acts of kindness despite incredibly difficult circumstances.
The Together At Christmas carol service was developed and delivered in partnership with Westminster Abbey and BBC Studios Events Productions and will be broadcast on Christmas Eve on ITV at 7.30pm
Sneak peek: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge earlier this month shared a glimpse of the invitations sent out to guests, pictured, including charity workers, teachers and volunteers