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Alice sings to royalty with the Military Wives Choir
A Herefordshire woman sang on stage with some of the biggest names in the music business when she performed at the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace.
Alice Clarke, from Byford Common, was part of the Military Wives Choir that performed Sing with the Commonwealth Band in front of a television audience of millions on Monday.
Alice, whose husband Major Andrew Clarke is in 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, said the choir received directions from Gary Barlow during recording sessions.
If recording with some of the top names in music wasn't enough, Alice shared the Buckingham Palace stage with Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.
“I am a stay at home mother of three small children, all under five, and to find myself in the presence of royalty in front of all the crowds is completely insane,” said Alice, who sings with the Plymouth Military Wives Choir.
Alice previously performed on the Military Wives' Christmas number one Wherever You Are as well four tracks on their chart topping album In My Dreams.
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