Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and her family attended a special performance of The National Lottery’s Pantoland at The Palladium in London this evening (December 11), which was held to thank key workers and their families for their phenomenal efforts this year.
This was their first public engagement as a family of five.
Personally, I’m not leaving my house without a wool coat, and gloves right now, but the Cambridges have only walked from their car on Margaret Street to the venue, which is less than a 3 minute walk, however, all looked warm enough with their long sleeve, double layered looks.
If ever there was a day where a coat dress was needed it was tonight, but surprisingly Catherine even opted to go sans tights wearing a look from one of her favourite designers Alessandra Rich.
Alessandra Rich’s ultra feminine aesthetic is what attracts the Duchess to the Paris-based label.
Usually the label has a penchant for 1940s silhouettes, but I’m feeling the ’80s on this occasion.
As you can see from the picture below, the dress originally came with a slit, but Catherine’s dress doesn’t have that feature.
Her favourite black pumps completed the look.
Am I the only one shocked by how quickly the children are growing?
Soon George will be as tall as his dad.
Credit: Kensington Royal