Today the royal family's official account shared a performance of "Carole of the Bells," sung by members of St. George's Choir. Having been in existence since 1348, the choir has entertained British sovereigns and their families. Most recently, the choir sang at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May, as well as at Princess Eugenie's nuptials in October.
Twenty-three boy "choristers" (ranging in age from 8-13) and 12 "Lay Clerks" (who sing soprano, alto and tenor) make up the choir and perform at the chapel daily. The only time in history that the choir did not exist was during the Commonwealth period (when the monarchy was temporarily abolished) from 1640-1649.
Have a listen to "Carol of the Bells" below.