London, UK

Good afternoon everybody! How are we all getting on?? I hope everyone is fine and dandy…

So a WEEK at home – yes, you read correctly. A WEEK AT HOME. Well, 8 days to be precise. If you read Patty’s blog, you’ll get all the recent stats about how many countries we’ve visited in just how many days, but all I know is that it’s a lot!

Harry is so happy to have his daddy back home and Gemma is relieved to have another pair of helping hands! We’re actually very lucky at the moment to have a lovely au pair, called Janine, living with us. She’s from Cologne, Germany, and she’s brilliant at looking after Harry a couple of days a week and helping out around the house. Thank you, Janine!

Well, it’s that time of year in The KS – time to dust-off the Christmas repertoire and to revise all the Christmas close harmony! We are so, so lucky to have such brilliant repertoire for this upcoming time of year. Back in 2016, we had 16 new arrangements written for our album, Christmas Songbook, which are a LOT of fun (check it out here, if you haven’t heard it yet – but my all-time Christmas favourite has to be John Rutter’s arrangement of Stille Nacht (Silent Night). It nearly brings me to tears each time we sing it, so this year I am certain to shed a tear!

Right, off to pick up Harry from nursery. Keep well all and take care.
Toodle-oo for now…


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