Princess Alba received a tender letter from Coldplay after opening for her show at the National Stadium

Princess Alba received a tender letter from Coldplay after opening for her show at the National Stadium
Princess Alba received a tender letter from Coldplay after opening for her show at the National Stadium

September 22, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.

the national singer Princess Alba has managed to open for one of the most important British bands of recent times, Coldplay. For this reason, the group wrote him a tender letter after performing two of the four shows scheduled for this week at the National Stadium.

Through your personal account Instagramthe interpreter of “Convéncete” shared some emotional words in gratitude for the tremendous opportunity to share the stage with Coldplay and Camila Cabello, who is also in charge of performing before the main show.

So she ran away in her sleep. Dreamed of para-para-paradise”, he began with a phrase from a song by the group, and then confessed that “There are no words to express how grateful I am to be the opening act for @coldplay and @camila_cabello this is the closest thing to paradise, I’m sure”,

In the publication we can see that Chris Martin and company wrote him a message in his own handwriting thanking him for being part of the show.

Thanks Princess Alba. Coldplay”, the members of the British group wrote and added their signature to the paper.

Finally, Princess Alba expressed: “Thanks Chris, Will, Jonny, Guy and the Coldplay crew, you guys made us feel warm in the Santiago cold weather. (Thank you Chris, Will, Jonny, Guy and the Coldplay crew, you guys made us feel warm in the cold weather in Santiago) And I love you crew”, he concluded.

Here we leave the publication:


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