19-year-old cellist steals hearts at the Royal Wedding

19-year-old cellist steals hearts at the Royal WeddingIt seemed like the entire world tuned in on Saturday to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. While all eyes were on the happy couple, ears were dazzled when 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason took the stage to perform for the wedding’s guests.  SEE ALSO: We defy you not to sob uncontrollably at these photos of Harry and Meghan getting married Those watching the grand celebration from home jumped to social media to express their newfound love for Kanneh-Mason’s playing. The one and only best thing about that wedding was this kid’s performance. I’ve not seen a cellist with such grace and beauty and feeling! Sheku Kanneh-Mason stole the show…stole my heart. #yeaimcheesylikethat #sheku @ShekuKM pic.twitter.com/LPDy6KmcwT — mct (@maricari) May 19, 2018 And just when you thought the stars had left the building, Sheku Kanneh-Mason comes in and shuts it down. #royalwedding — Ally Condie (@allycondie) May 19, 2018 “Alexa, please play Sheku Kanneh-Masonâ€� https://t.co/DsrCYJLQ5N — Karen Travers (@karentravers) May 19, 2018 While Kanneh-Mason’s delicate skill speaks volumes, his endearing journey has been well documented on his Twitter account.  “I’m so excited and honoured to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. I was bowled over when Ms Markle called me to ask if I would play during the ceremony,” he tweeted in April. He also shared photos of himself on his way to the wedding. On my way to perform at the #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/kZLtXzRGnZ — Sheku Kanneh-Mason (@ShekuKM) May 19, 2018 As well as a snap with Bishop Michael Curry.  With @PB_Curry ahead of the service #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/xYaq0pU0GU — Sheku Kanneh-Mason (@ShekuKM) May 19, 2018 If the wedding didn’t fill the void in your cello-less heart, here’s a live performance from Kanneh-Mason covering Bob Marley’s “No Woman No Cry.”
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