The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a special performance of The National Lottery’s Pantoland at The London Palladium, with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
It was a red carpet debut for the young royal siblings.
The adorable trio appeared to enjoy the show.
The event was held to thank key workers and their families for their phenomenal efforts this year. During the interval of tonight's special performance, The Duke and Duchess met a small number of key worker families to hear more about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the show, William and Kate joined the cast on stage for a meet and greet.
HANDBAG: Smythson Black Ludlow Concertina Crossbody Bag (£625).
EARRINGS: Simone Rocha Faux-Pearl Curb-Chain Earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled from Manchester to Wales overnight to arrive in Cardiff this morning on their final day of the Royal Train tour.
They visited Cardiff Castle to highlight how the local tourism industry has coped in the pandemic.
Kate looked elegant yet festive in her red Alexander McQueen double-breasted long coat which she debuted for the ‘Hold Still’ Outdoor community exhibition launch in October.
Underneath the coat we got a glimpse of the Emilia Wickstead 'Pris' Red Tartan Skirt.
You may recall seeing it at the 2018 Christmas party which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted at Kensington Palace for the Royal British Legion.
The new scarf Kate wore today appears to have the same tartan print, hence we can only assume it's by the same designer.
The bold red ensemble was offset with familiar black accessories consisting of the Grace Han Love Letter Small Top Handle Bag and Ralph Lauren Collection Suede High Heel Boots.
Kate completed the look with her Spells of Love Alia Hoop Earrings.
During the visit to Cardiff Castle, the Duke and Duchess joined students from Cardiff University for some marshmallow toasting, a Secret Santa exchange and to hear how their mental health has been during this challenging year.
They then hopped back on the Royal Train for an express journey to Bath. William and Kate visited the Cleeve Court Care Home to pay tribute to the efforts of care staff across the country, hearing from staff about their experiences of providing care and helping residents stay connected to their loved ones throughout the pandemic.
Kate wore her Amaia Reusable Cotton Face Mask in Liberty Print during the visit.
The next stop for the Duke and Duchess on the Royal Train tour was the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
Kate coordinated her outfit with the red Emilia Wickstead Tartan Face Mask, featuring the same print as her skirt and scarf seen earlier today.
The final stop for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be Windsor Castle where they will join The Queen and members of the Royal Family to welcome a number of local volunteers and key workers.
The final stop of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Royal Train tour was Windsor Castle for a family reunion at The Queen's current residence.
William and Kate greeted their granny upon arrival.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen, Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and Princess Anne to welcome essential workers.
The royal family met local volunteers and key workers from organisations and charities in Berkshire, who will be volunteering or working to help others over the Christmas period.
For the closing outfit of the tour, the Duchess brought back the forest green Catherine Walker double-breasted coat.
The custom coat was first worn earlier this year where is made a stately debut during the royal visit to the Republic of Ireland.
Kate layered the midi coat with a tonal faux fur lapel collar by Troy London (£65).
Kate opted to carry a minaudière, bringing back the black velvet box clutch by Alexander McQueen.
First spotted at last year's Festival of Remembrance, the custom clutch combines the body of the designer's Beetle Box clutch and the jewel clasp seen on the Mini Crystal-Embellished Leather Bag.
The Cornelia James 'Alice' Merino Wool Gloves were also worn again.
The Duchess completed the yuletide look with Queen Elizabeth II's diamond orbital teardrop earrings - believed to be on permanent loan from Her Majesty.
I'll conclude with a photo of The Queen looking particularly festive in red.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Edinburgh this morning for their first stop of the Royal Train tour.
Following their arrival, Kensington Palace announced that the Duke and Duchess have become Joint Patrons of NHS Charities. The 240 UK NHS charities provide extra funding and additional services above and beyond NHS core funds, supporting hospitals, community and mental health services and ambulances services.
For their first engagement as Patrons, William and Kate met Scottish Ambulance Service paramedics and staff to thank them for their incredible efforts throughout the pandemic.
The Duchess combated the chilly Scottish weather in her teal blue Catherine Walker coat.
The bespoke garment was first seen during the 2018 Scandinavian royal visit, and later worn for the 2019 Sunday Service.
Today Kate contrasted the coat with black accessories. She wore black leather gloves and carried a new clutch bag by Strathberry. It is the Scottish brand's 'Multrees' Chain Wallet in embossed croc black ($335).
Completing the look were her Sapphire & Diamond Oval Drop Earrings, and a new Amaia reusable cotton face mask in Blue Emma & Georgina print.
The Duke and Duchess hopped back on the Royal Train and headed south to Berwick-Upon-Tweed to meet staff and pupils from Holy Trinity Church of England First School, where the couple celebrated the incredible work of teachers over the past year.
Kate swapped the high heeled boots for her Stuart Weitzman 'Half N Half' Black Boots ahead of the visit.
Following this morning's Royal Train stops in Edinburgh and Berwick-Upon-Tweed, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled further south to visit the historic market and mill town of Batley in West Yorkshire.
The royal couple popped into the Batley Community Centre to meet volunteers who have supported elderly members of their community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by sending cards, having regular phone calls and dropping off shopping, food bags and activity packs.
Kate also met Len Gardner, who The Duchess has spoken to previously as part of the NHS Volunteer Responder ‘Check-in and Chat’ scheme.
For the stop in Batley, Kate wore a mix of familiar pieces.
She stepped out in her Hobbs London 'Bianca' Navy Maxi Coat and Jigsaw High Waisted Sport Luxe Trousers.
Kate coordinated the look with her navy embossed croc belt and Emmy London 'Josie' Block Heel Pumps.
The Duchess offset the navy ensemble with an ivory sweater.
The ribbed crew-neck knit pullover appears to be the same one she wore for the 5 Big Insights unveiling.
Kate debuted the Métier Roma small suede shoulder bag (£1,080).
It is expertly made in Italy from supple suede with a curved front flap which opens via a gold twist-lock clasp revealing multiple compartments, card slots and a zip pocket. It also has a detachable shoulder strap plus detachable chain top handle for added versatility.
The Simone Rocha Faux-Pearl Curb-Chain Earrings made a return.
There was a new face mask by Amaia in the Blue Pheobe print.
William and Kate's final stop of the day was in Manchester where they paid tribute to volunteers at FairShare.
The organisation is the UK’s national network of charitable food redistributors, with the aim of fighting hunger and food waste by redistributing good quality in-date surplus food to frontline charities across the UK.
Following the warehouse tour, The Duke and Duchess watched a special performance by Wayne Ellington and Manchester Inspirational Voices, presented by Band on the Wall, a local independent music venue which has been supported during COVID-19 by the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
There was a slight change to Kate's outfit from the Batley stopover. She premiered a festive Fair Isle sweater.
The knit pullover is the Brora x TROY Supersoft Lambswool Fair Isle Jumper in Almond (£195). Made in the north of Scotland, the design of the sweater is a collaboration between two British brand's Brora and TROY London - both favoured by the Duchess.
There was also a new Amaia face mask in a Wiltshire bud liberty print.
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