Katherine Jenkins records the first version of the new national anthem for the BBC since the Queen’s death

KATHERINE Jenkins recorded the first version of the new national anthem for the BBC since the Queen’s death yesterday.

The classical singer’s rendition of God Save the King was recorded in a small church in Sussex.

Katherine Jenkins has recorded the first version of the new national anthem for the BBC since the Queen's death

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Katherine Jenkins has recorded the first version of the new national anthem for the BBC since the Queen’s deathPhoto credit: Getty

It ended the extended World At One on BBC Radio 4 yesterday.

Jenkins, who performed for the Queen’s 90th birthday and her platinum jubilee, offered a silent prayer before “singing with all her heart”.

Yesterday she said: “I have only the fondest memories of singing the national anthem for Her Majesty the Queen.

“Although my heart is heavy with sorrow, it is a great honor to sing this for the first time today.

“It was sung with the belief that the reign of King Charles III. will be happy and glorious.”

Katherine Jenkins said the anthem was

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Katherine Jenkins said the anthem was “sung with the belief that the reign of King Charles III will be prosperous and glorious”.

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