Pair will sing their hearts out for the Queen

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A VICAR and his daughter will belt out a song in honour of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

The Rev Timon Singh and his 24-year-old daughter Tabitha will sing 60 Words of Love at St George’s Church in Waterlooville.

As reported, the 52-year-old is a massive fan of the Royal family.

He normally sends poems to the Royals whenever there is a national event, such as the wedding of William and Kate last year and the marriage of Charles and Camilla.

This time he wanted to go a step further and write a song which speaks of his adoration for The Queen.

The song describes her Majesty as the ‘Queen of Our Hearts’

He plans to send a CD of the song to Buckingham Palace.

The song has now been recorded and is available on iTunes, with proceeds going to the Army Benevolent Fund.

It will be performed at 4pm on Tuesday in the church.

All are welcome to attend.