The Duke of Cambridge has revealed a Tina Turner The hit brought back precious memories of his mother singing it at “vocal peak” with her sons as she drove them to school.
William shared a poignant “family moment” during an audio walk recorded for Apple and how to describe Diana Princess of Wales took him to a homeless shelter to teach him an important lesson – there is life outside the “palace walls”.
His children seem to have inherited his love of music and the duke recounts that Princess Charlotte went “crazy” dancing with Shakira, and the AC/DC song became the “Monday morning” song. ” help him “get back to the excitement of the week” .
In his recording, made while walking past the Queen’s Sandringham residence, the future king addresses a wide range of topics from the emotional effects of working as an air ambulance pilot to singing on stage with Taylor Swift and Jon. Bon Jovi.
During the candid conversation, William said he still “secretly” likes Turner’s song The Best, one of the songs Diana will play to ease her anxiety as she takes him and the Duke of Sussex back to school. academic, said to be Ludgrove of Berkshire.
The Duke said: “Because sitting in the back row singing far away, it felt like a real family moment. My mother, she would drive the car singing to her voice and we would even put the policeman in the car, he would sing along sometimes. ”
With birds singing in the background, he added: “You’ll be singing and listening to music right on your way to the school gates when they drop you off and that’s when reality sinks in – you’re literally going back to school.
“Because you were already immersed in the songs – wanting to play that song again, just to preserve the family moment. And when I listen to it now, it takes me back to the rides and brings back so many memories of my mother. ”
During his five years at Ludgrove, William suffered a golfing accident that left his “Harry Potter” scar, but he made lifelong friends at the school, including Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, who was the godparents of the Prince. death Louis.
William took a walk around Sandringham in Norfolk sharing personal stories and three songs, played in full, as part of the Time To Walk series introduced on the Apple watch, to subscribers of Fitness+’s Apple watch. this technology company.
Dolly Parton, Anthony Joshua and Naomi Campbell also recorded an audio walk, like William, to encourage the public to be active for their mental health.
The Duke said his mother took him to a homeless shelter to meet people who were “lucky”, adding: “She wanted to make sure I understood that life goes on a lot of sides. beyond the palace walls, and this is what’s going on. This is the real world here.”
William, who acts as a patron for homeless charities Center point and The Passage, said: “And we sat there, and we listened. It really brings it to life when you hear someone sitting in front of you speak so movingly and so openly about the challenges they’ve faced. ”
In a softer moment during the walk, William said Shakira’s Waka Waka was loved by Charlotte, and his daughter danced to the song – seemingly mimicking the movements in the Colombian singer’s video – and dressed as a ballerina to perform.
“One of the kids’ favorite songs right now is Shakira, Waka Waka,” the Duke said. There is a lot of hip movement along with a lot of dressing.
“Charlotte in particular is running around the kitchen, in a dress and ballet gear. She was completely mad at Louis following her around trying to do the same thing. ”
William says he’s “surprised” how his three children have inherited his family’s love of music and that “most mornings there’s a big fight between Charlotte and George about what song to play in the morning”.
To keep order in the Cambridge family, the duke said he alternates between his two eldest children to see who can choose the music.
He said of his final musical choice: “There’s nothing better than, on a Monday morning, when you’re a little fuzzy after the weekend and trying to get back in the spirit of the week, listening to AC /DC – Thunderstruck. ”
The Duke added: “It totally wakes you up, puts your week in the best shape it can be and you feel like you can take on anything and anyone.”
During his walking tour, William reveals the impact of facing life-and-death moments when he was a helicopter pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) – becoming emotional as he describes Describe meeting an old patient.
The duke’s voice broke as he recounted being introduced to an unnamed but fully recovered person, following an incident the duke and his former EAAA crew dealt with, and he “It even made me very emotional,” she said.
– Apple will stream three special audio broadcasts of the Time To Walk episode featuring William for free on Apple Music 1, the global radio station on Apple Music, on Monday.
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