Duchess of Cambridge bonds with her father-in-law on private visits to the Royal Opera House
The Duchess of Cambridge famously entrusted her future father-in-law with helping her choose the music for her wedding. And he did her proud, particularly with Sir Hubert’s I Was Glad which played as she walked down the aisle.
But it wasn’t the first time she turned to Prince Charles for musical advice and education.
The pair have been making secret visits to London’s Royal Opera House since well before Catherine got married.
A Royal Opera House source told The Telegraph: ‘The Duchess of Cambridge and the Prince of Wales have made several private visits to the Royal Opera House together, before and since the royal wedding in April, to watch several opera and ballet productions.
‘The Prince is a firm supporter of the Opera House and the Duchess also seems to hugely enjoy her visits to Covent Garden. Both have been very enthusiastic about the productions they have seen together.’