After playing the piano at a Christmas carol event she sponsored, Kate Middleton made headlines. Still, there are plenty of other royals with similar skills, like Meghan Markle.

When ITV broadcasted the "Royal Carols: Together at Christmas" carol concert, the Duchess of Cambridge startled viewers. A Brit Award winner, Tom Walker, sang his hit "For Those Who Can't Be Here" as Middleton played the piano.

People were amazed that Prince William's wife could play the piano, and they showered her with admiration. Middleton isn't the only royal with talent. According to People, the following five members of the firm are equally skilled and talented:

Meghan Markle

According to the outlet, the Duchess of Sussex would be the most popular performance. Before meeting and marrying Prince Harry, Markle worked as an actress. She was well recognized for her appearance in "Suits" television show. She also starred on "Deal or No Deal" and in the film "Horrible Bosses."

Prince William

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Funafuti, Tuvalu, in 2012, they showed off their dancing skills. Like Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Prince William was caught on tape showing off his dance talents while waiting in line for a race when he was younger. He couldn't sit still any longer and started dancing.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton, appeared to have inherited their parents' passion for dancing. Like their parents and late grandmother, Princess Diana, they both enjoy dancing. During a celebration of the RAF centennial at Buckingham Palace in 2018, Princess Charlotte was caught on camera showing off her amazing dance talents.

Queen Elizabeth II

When they were teenagers, Queen Elizabeth II and her younger sister, Princess Margaret, appeared in pantomime shows. It was a slapstick-style show, which is a British Christmas tradition.

The Queen appeared in a 1944 production of "Old Mother Red Riding Boots." In her entire costume, she was practically unrecognizable.

Prince Harry

At school, the royal took part in a number of plays. In 1987, Prince Harry performed in his school's nativity play. He donned a festive red and green ensemble.

His position was increased to that of a shepherd the following year. The Duke of Sussex did not rest on his laurels. He returned to the stage in 2003, appearing in an Eton College production of "Much Ado About Nothing."

Prince Harry and Prince William are said to have appeared in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in cameo roles. It was eliminated, however, because the Stormtroopers were too tall for a 5'11" Stormtrooper.

Princess Diana

The mother of Prince William and Prince Harry enjoyed dancing, John Travolta said during the PBS special " In Their Own Words: Diana, Princess of Wales". She stunned many in 1985 when she took the stage at the Royal Opera House for a charity dinner and played Billy Joel's "Uptown Girl." The performance was choreographed and practiced in secret by Princess Diana and Royal Ballet dancer Wayne Sleep.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex in the Royal Box on Centre Court during day twelve of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 13, 2019 in London, England. Photo by Karwai Tang/Getty Images

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