Last Christmas, the Military Wives sang their way to the Number 1 spot with their single 'Wherever You Are'. And now, they're hoping to conquer the charts again.
Today, they met up at Wellington Barracks to launch their new album called 'Stronger Together'.
The Military Wives have now expanded to 760 members and include singers from Germany and Cyprus. They've also set up a foundation to help choirs on military bases around the world.
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