Rare footage: Kate Middleton and Prince William came out with three children
Source: OK Magazine
The Dukes of Cambridge, along with the heirs, appeared in public, writes OK Magazine.
Kate Middleton and Prince William decided to please their children - 7-year-old Prince George, 5-year-old Princess Charlotte and 2-year-old Prince Louis - and on the eve of Christmas went with them to London Palladium, one of the most beautiful theaters in London's West End. And this was almost the first official appearance of the whole family on the red carpet.
William and Keith took on the heirs to a special charity performance, Pantoland, starring Julian Clary and Elaine Page, hosted by The National Lottery to thank healthcare professionals and their families for their colossal efforts to combat the pandemic.
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Holding tightly to their parents' hands, George, Charlotte and Louis walked to the theater, fascinated by the sight of an elf juggling with snowballs. The youngest of the children of the Dukes of Cambridge wore an elegant blue cardigan, while the older brother chose a striped jumper for an important social event. Fans of the royal family noted that George has matured incredibly. Baby Charlotte appeared in public in a gray and black plaid dress.
The children of Kate Middleton and Prince William took their places with their parents in the royal box and chatted excitedly as they waited for the show to begin.
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The 38-year-old Duke of Cambridge gave a short speech from the stage before the show, addressing those who have selflessly fought the spread of Covid-19 in the UK. In addition, William asked to observe a minute of silence in memory of the English theater, film and television actress Barbara Windsor, who died the day before at the age of 83.
After the opening speech, the performances began. Little kids George, Charlotte and Louis watched with great interest what was happening on the stage.