For the little ones George, Charlotte and Louis the first red carpet: a show to support those who fought against the pandemic
First red carpet for Princes George, Charlotte and Louis, who together with William and Kate participated in a special show: a pantomime performance at the London Palladium to thank all the men and women who worked tirelessly and continue to commit themselves during the 'sanitary emergency.
Kate and William were returning from the little tour aboard the Queen's Royal Train. The trip, which touched England, Wales and Scotland, had the objective of thanking the subjects who fought against the Coronavirus and who did not stop in the face of the health emergency.
The Dukes of Cambridge walked the red carpet with their little ones, who literally stole the show from their parents. Hand in hand with Kate and William, the Princes were fascinated by an elf juggling snowballs before entering the theater.
Little Louis, very elegant in a blue cardigan, was next to Kate, who was enchanting in a dark blue dress with touches of white by Alessandra Rich, ankle-length with ruffle sleeves and a matching décolleté. George, who wore a black and burgundy striped sweater, held William's hand, as did little Charlotte, who sported a gray and black checkered dress.
For the three Princes it was the first royal stage, so much so that they appeared happy and excited for the occasion. Before the show, however, it was William who spoke, while little Louis, sitting on his mother Kate's lap, was fascinated by a large shiny ball that hung from the ceiling of the auditorium.
"It's wonderful to be back here in the West End and see the theaters reopen their doors: Catherine, George, Charlotte, Louis and I can't wait to see the show," William said. Then he thanked volunteers, teachers, the staff of the national health service and all those who worked during the Covid-19 pandemic this year: "I hope you all have a good time tonight. It is the least we can do to thank you for everything you do, day after day, to keep our country safe and to take care of those who need help most ”.