Queen Elizabeth would love to be able to sing

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06 March 2014

Britain's Queen Elizabeth confessed she'd love to be able to sing, according to British singer Laura Wright.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth would love to be able to sing.

The 87-year-old monarch made the confession to British singer, Laura Wright - who will perform God Save the Queen before England play Wales in the rugby match over this weekend - during a Commonwealth event held at the queen’s London residence, Buckingham Palace. Laura told the Daily Mail newspaper: "She said Gary Barlow had told her that anyone can sing - it's just a matter of learning, which I totally agree with." Elizabeth is a fan of Gary's music and was singing a track from the Take That star's album when they met.  Laura added: "When I was talking to her, she sang a little bit of a track from Gary's Sing EP.

'I did offer her some singing lessons'

"It sounded like she had a lovely voice. I did offer her some singing lessons, but I think she might be quite busy."

Meanwhile, the queen is busy with her royal duties and is set to attend the Commonwealth Observance, the UK's largest multi-faith celebration, in Westminster Abbey in London on March 10. She will be joined at the event by her husband, Prince Philip, her sons Prince Charles and Prince Edward and wife Sophie, the countess of Wessex.

-Bang Showbiz

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