By Zach Harper
December 11, 2020Pantomimes have been one of the Royal Family’s Christmas traditions for decades. They were a favourite part of the Queen and Princess Margaret’s childhoods, and Duchess Kate and Prince William are clearly sharing the family’s love for the theatrical performances with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out with their three children to catch a socially distanced performance of Pantoland at The London Palladium on Dec. 11. It was for a good cause, too. The show was being put on by The National Lottery to thank front-line workers for their tireless efforts over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, and the Cambridges wanted to make sure they also expressed thankfulness.
A sweet video shared by HELLO! UK royal reporter Emily Nash on the red carpet shows the entire family arriving at the event. George was dressed in blue slacks and a striped ……
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