Ellie Goulding got the royal treatment this Christmas.
The British singer, 34, looked angelic in a white satin gown with a feathered cape during her performance at the Royal Carols Together At Christmas concert.
The TV special, which was filmed at Westminster Abbey and airs Christmas Eve, saw Goulding take center stage to perform in a Sabina Bilenko Couture gown.
The dress featured sheer sleeves with silver crystal embellishments, which were scattered throughout the bodice of the gown.
She completed the look with a feather trimmed cape that featured structured shoulder detailing and a dramatic train.
“Honoured to perform for the Duke & Duchess, one of my favourite songs for Christmas,” the “Lights” singer wrote on Instagram.
Her bright blond locks were styled in loose waves, and she accessorized with delicate silver rings.
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, who hosted the event, also treated viewers to a special piano performance.
Dressed in a long-sleeved red gown, she and Tom Walker played his Christmas single “For Those Who Can’t Be Here.”
Walker said the track was written for “anyone raising a glass around the table remembering those who can’t be with us” as millions of people are set to spend Christmas separated from their loved ones amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The broadcast also featured Prince William, who gave a reading, along with “Harry Potter” alum Tom Felton.