Viewers react to 'sublime' choir at King Charles' visit
King Charles III visited Cardiff on Friday for the first time since becoming the new monarch. The King and Queen Consort attended a service at Llandaff Cathedral, visited the Senedd, and were due to carry out engagements at Cardiff Castle during their visit.
Preparations have been going on all week ahead of the much-anticipated visit and crowds have built across Cardiff. A gun salute marked the moment the King, wearing adarkk suit, arrived in Cardiff via helicopter. You can follow updates by following our live blog here.
The first visit of the day was to Llandaff Cathedral where the couple attended a service of prayer and reflection. The King and Queen Consort also listened in to the stunning Llandaff Cathedral Choir accompanied by harps played by Royal harpist Alis Huws and Catrin Finch, a former Royal harpist.
Those watching the service at home were left emotional by the "sublime" choir and music inside the cathedral with many saying they could listen to it "all day". Lots of those viewing took to social media to praise the powerful music.
"The harp playing and choir at Llandaff Cathedral is truly sublime this morning," wrote one. Another added: "The choir at Llandaff Cathedral (@LlandaffCath) on @BBCOne just now were amazing."
"The music and choir at Llandaff Cathedral have been sublime," said a third. A fourth wrote: "Harps are featured in the Llandaff Cathedral service along with a superb choir. I could listen to this all day."
And a fifth commented: "This choir at Llandaff Cathedral service is killing me off. Beautiful. Frequencies hitting hard. Powerful." You can see the full schedule for King Charles III's visit to Wales and how you can see him here.
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