Indeed, at her party last week May proved that she could still tinkle the ivories
, providing faultless renditions of Old Man River and Edelweiss.
Sir Elton has reportedly become close to the couple and they have personally asked him help Baby Sussex 'tinkle the ivories
' when they are old enough to take lessons.
The bandleader is taking a break from his acclaimed late night BBC telly show to tinkle the ivories
at the SEC Armadillo.
Our jaws dropped open when we first heard Tokio Myers tinkle the ivories
on Britain's Got Talent.
I once liked the vague idea that if they started young, as adults they'd be able to spontaneously leap up at any given party - and tinkle the ivories
until the place was pumping like a 1920s speakeasy.
The musician admits regret that he wasn't tempted to tinkle the ivories
because he was too nervous.
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But Zola, pictured right, has no time to tinkle the ivories
The 49-year-old presenter has been persuaded to tinkle the ivories
by one of her guests on Saturday Night With Miriam which begins at 9.25pm on RTE One An insider said: "Miriam has asked Brian Crowley to come on the show and talk about his life.
Businessman Andrew Studley, 40, wanted to tinkle the ivories
to entertain friends at the end of a night out on a luxury cruise liner.
And the U2 star said that learning to tinkle the ivories
has given him a whole new lease of life.
Samia was in Navan to tinkle the ivories
at the new Palace Piano bar but got into a bit of a fix with a rogue bottle of champagne.
There's a piano in the adjoining lounge and people are welcome to tinkle the ivories
Jac Armstrong,of Dyserth, shows you'renever too young to tinkle the ivories
. Sent in by Jac's grandparents, Wyn and Marion Hughes, from Bagillt,Flintshire Morgan Samuel Jones,from Caernarfon,likes ``havin' it large'' while on holiday in Tenerife with his parents Llinos and Phil.
Singer Bryan is now taking lessons so he can tinkle the ivories
on stage - just like idol Billy Joel.