DECEMBER 11, 2020
- Kate Middleton and Prince William made a red-carpet appearance on Friday with all three of their kids.
- Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, and their parents attended a special performance of Pantoland at the London Palladium.
- The event was hosted by the National Lottery in honor of essential workers and their families.
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s latest royal appearance was a family affair.
On Friday, the couple arrived at the London Palladium with all three of their kids – Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2 – for a special performance of the National Lottery’s Pantoland.
The group of five coordinated their outfits for their first red-carpet appearance as a family.
According to Express, Middleton wore a navy Alessandra Rich midi dress with a speckled white print and ruffled collar. She paired it with suede heels and a matching clutch. Prince William, on the other hand, wore a navy blazer with a red sweater, black pants, and navy shoes.
As for the kids, Prince Louis wore a wool jacket from Amaia, while Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a gray-and-blue checkered dress. Prince George matched his dad in a red-and-black striped sweater with black pants and shoes.
Once inside, Middleton and William put their masks on and sat in a private box. Princess Charlotte and Prince George sat in their own seats, while Prince Louis stayed on his mom’s lap.
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Before the show started, Prince William took the stage to give a speech thanking the essential workers in the audience, as People reported.
“It’s wonderful to be back here in the West End and see theatres reopening their doors,” he said. “Catherine, George, Charlotte, Louis, and I are all really looking forward to the show.”
“You have given your absolute all this year and made remarkable sacrifices,” Prince William continued. “So have your families, who I’m sure have seen far less of you than they would have liked. It’s lovely that you are all here together tonight. You are representative of the huge number of people across the UK who have stepped forward to make a difference this year in so many crucial ways. The country owes you a huge debt of gratitude.”
After the performance was over, the duke and duchess spoke with Dom and Alex Warren, whose charity uses surplus food to feed families in need.