Princes George and Louis were tonight with their sister Charlotte and mother Kate and father William on a trip to Pantoland at the London Palladium Theater
The Cambridge family were out in full swing tonight for a special Pantoland performance at the Palladium in London.
As she walked the red carpet in front of the central London theater, the five-year-old let go of her father’s hand.
Her decision to do it alone on her first red carpet experience caught the royal watchers’ eye.
In the theater, Kate was sitting with her children when William gave and cast a speech to the assembled audience.
Louis concentrated on a large glitter ball that hung from the ceiling above the main part of the auditorium, pointing upwards and talking to his mother, who was wearing a dress by Alessandra Rich.
Charlotte stood in the center, chatted briskly with Kate, and leaned over to speak to her.
When William returned to the box, the seats shuffled quickly as William sat between his eldest son and daughter.
During the slight excitement, Charlotte performed a joking face palm as if her father had embarrassed her.
At some point she stumbled onto the edge of the chair and grabbed the armrests of the seat.
The Pantoland performance with Julian Clary and Elaine Page was held to celebrate the efforts of those who have been at the forefront of efforts against the pandemic.
Hundreds of seats have been given to key workers and their families, including NHS frontline workers, the Metropolitan Police Service, the London Ambulance Service, the military, teachers, garbage collectors, delivery drivers, retail workers and those involved in lottery-funded frontline projects and a number of charities.
Ahead of glamorous promoter Andrew Lloyd Webber added, « This year we all need the magic and cheer of Christmas more than ever.
« One group of people deserves special recognition, however: the challenges of 2020 have been immeasurably mitigated by the commitment and brilliance of this country’s key workers.
« This group of national heroes and their families have made innumerable sacrifices over the course of 2020, and I am delighted that we are able to host this performance of Pantoland at the Palladium as a small token of our enormous thanks and admiration. «
Before the show began, William took the stage to pay tribute to film legend Dame Barbara Windsor as the « entertainment giant ». .
Draw attention to the audience seated in family groups with social distance between them: “We’re here tonight for a very special performance. Special, because of you – the key workers here in the audience.
« This includes community workers, volunteers, teachers, NHS workers, emergency medical services and the military, researchers working on the vaccine, the homeless, key call center workers, and frontline workers from a variety of charities – to name a few. » to call.
« Also your families, of whom I am sure that they have seen far less of you than they would like.
“You are representative of the great number of people across the UK who have made a difference in so many crucial ways this year.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, pantomime, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, The London Palladium
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