Charlotte to Sing a Hymn of Praise to the Virgin Mary. AT JORDAN'S WEDDING

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Charlotte to Sing a Hymn of Praise to the Virgin Mary. AT JORDAN'S WEDDING


Byline: By LARA GOULD

CHARLOTTE Church has been signed-up to sing at Jordan's wedding.

The Voice Of An Angel star has agreed to perform in front of guests including boyfriend Gavin Henson and pop star Kerry Katona, as part of the star-studded ceremony.

Charlotte, 19, will serenade the congregation with Ave Maria, a prayer to the Virgin Mary, as the 27-year-old glamour model weds fiance Peter Andre, 32, at Highclere Castle, Berks, next month.

A source said: "Charlotte was thrilled to be asked and delighted to accept. She's very fond of Jordan and Peter and was honoured that they considered her to take part in their big day.

"She's busy rehearsing the song to get it just right.

"She's determined it will be one of her best ever performances to help make it a day to remember."

Generous Charlotte - better known for her boozing than her singing - is believed to be doing the performance as a favour to the couple, who fell in love during their time on I'm A Celebrity ...Get Me Out Of Here! 18 months ago.

Jordan, real name Katie Price, and Peter have already struck a pounds 1million magazine deal and a lucrative TV contract to broadcast a programme about the wedding on ITV.

Multi-millionaire Charlotte has previously sung for the late Pope and ex-US President Bill Clinton.

The source added: "She considers Pete and Jordan as her friends. She is more than happy just to be there, and sees the show as a small part of her wedding gift to them. …

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