The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first red carpet debut looking stylish as ever in festive outfits.
The royal family stepped out onto the red carpet for a pantomime at the London Palladium. George, Charlotte, and Louis were all smartly dressed for the occasion of their first red carpet walk.
Th show the family attended was a holiday-themed pantomime, called "Pantoland" which was sponsored by the National Lottery for the frontline workers and their families.
Prince William addressed the audience on stage before the show had started to thank the frontline workers for their hard work and sacrifices as well as he said a tribute for the late Dame Barbara Windsor who passed away this week.
In his speech to the frontline workers, he thanked them for all their hard work during this years pandemic, and acknowledge that he was sure their families were unable to see them a lot this year and that,
"It’s lovely that you are all here together tonight.”
The Royal children were dressed in stylish festive outfits that were truly so adorable and very fashionable. The eldest of the 3, Prince George sported a Ralph Lauren striped red and blue cable knit and cashmere sweater.
Below his sweater was a blue collared shirt. He wore a pair of smart black trousers and a pair of shiny black leather shoes. His youngest sibling, Prince Louis wore one of his hand-me-down coats, a gorgeous navy felt coat from Amaiakids
The Duchess has styles the children in her favorite kid's brands including affordable clothing from Zara, H&M.
Princess Charlotte's dress had ruffles that echoed mom, Kate's Alessandra Rich dress. Charlotte looked oh so pretty in her black, white, and grey plaid dress designed by Nicoletta Fanna and Mary Jane shoes.
William and Kate had just returned from a tour which purposes included, celebrating the resilience of the performing arts in the country, the theme of which was in Williams speech on stage as he said,
“It’s wonderful to be back here in the West End and see theaters reopening their doors.”
The family watched the performance from the royal box, where Louis removed his jacket to reveal a red Trotters sweater which happened to match his dad, Prince William.
Kate seems to love to dress her children in traditional clothing, and the public seems to love the style as well, as clothing brands will usually sell out of stock of an item a royal child has been seen wearing.
The Duchess has styles the children in her favorite kid's brands including affordable clothing from Zara, H&M as well as high-end retailers such as luxury label, Marie-Chantal, and Amaiakids.
The "Pantoland" production was revived this year because Andrew Lloyd Webber felt that this Christmas needs more cheer and magic than ever. Producer and composer, Webber is the current owner of The National Palladium.