Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson sing duet in London

Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson sing duet in London

Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson sing duet in London

Following the obligatory rendition of "Evergreen" - the other song she co-wrote for the film in question - Streisand brought to the stage "one of my favorite leading men ..."

Streisand first met Charles in 1974 on the set of "Funny Girl". Here's a song that we sang together in the movie, right? Streisand also talked about meeting Princess Diana. They crossed paths again 20 years later, when Streisand performed at the Wembley Arena for an event benefitting the Prince's Trust charity.

Barbra Streisand said Princess Diana was "so kind".

Barbra Streisand turned her headline show in London's Hyde Park into a celebration of Pride as she said "everyone has the right to love whoever they choose".

Barbra also referenced Meghan, Duchess of Sussex in her opening song, singing the amended lyric: "When the sun begins to sparkle, like that ring on Meghan Markle".

In 2006, an explosive biography claimed Streisand had a secret affair with Charles.

He had separated from Princess Diana two years earlier and was involved with Camilla Parker Bowles at the time.

The singer and actress was joined by her A Star Is Born co-star Kris Kristofferson for a special duet during her show at British Summer Time, where they performed Lost Inside Of You from the 1976 film.

Kate Moss and The Beckhams were pictured hanging out in the Barclaycard VIP area, along with Rebel Wilson, Ronan Keating and Keith Lemon.

Although no one could be certain Kristofferson would be taking the stage with his former co-star after his preliminary set, he was perhaps less of a "surprise" guest than Lionel Richie, who took the stage with Streisand later in the show for "The Way We Were", which they sang as a duet on her 2014 album "Partners".

Barbra paid homage to her favourite things about the United Kingdom, including clotted cream and Cornish pasties.

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