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Duchess Meghan Couldn’t Hold Back Tears Listening To Alfie Boe’s Powerful Performance Of Snow Patrol's 'Run’

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Duchess Meghan Couldn’t Hold Back Tears Listening To Alfie Boe’s Powerful Performance Of Snow Patrol's 'Run’

The pregnant Duchess Meghan couldn’t hold back her emotions and even teared up during the Commonwealth Day celebration yesterday. What did make Meghan cry at such a good day?

So emotional for the pregnant Duchess

On Monday, March 11, the members of the British royal family attended a special ceremony at Westminster Abbey dedicated to the Commonwealth Day celebration.

 
 
 
 
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The royal lovebirds, Harry and Meghan, were in attendance, too. For the event, the mom-to-be wore a stunning black-and-white gown by Victoria Beckham and a matching pillar box hat. The Duchess teamed her outfit with a stylish white coat.

 
 
 
 
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Despite the Commonwealth Day celebration is a joyful event, at some point, Meghan couldn’t hold back her emotions and nearly cried. But don’t worry, everything was fine with the heavily pregnant Duchess.

Meghan was just moved to tears while listening to the powerful performance of a famous English tenor, Alfie Boe.

Powerful performance

Boe took the breath away, performing a beautiful acapella version of Snow Patrol‘s song Run.  When he finished singing, everyone in the audience was under the most powerful impression.

 
 
 
 
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Alfie Boe’s performance was truly incredible. It gave us goosebumps, too, when we listened to it. No wonder that mom-to-be Meghan was moved up to tears.

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Did you also cry while listening to the song?

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