Prince Louis was spotted wearing his big brother's hand-me-downs on Friday night as he joined his family for a night at the theatre.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their children for their first red carpet engagement as a family of five
- The Cambridges' visited The London Palladium in the West End to watch a performance of Pantoland
- It follows royal news that the Duchess of Sussex is the most popular royal worldwide
The two-year-old looked adorable as he strolled along the red carpet outside The London Palladium in the West End, wearing a smart blue jacket that used to be worn by Prince George.
George was first spotted in the £85 coat back in 2017 when he wore it to the Queen's Christmas Lunch.
The 'Austrian wool' jacket is still available to buy from Amaiakids, and is described as a "stylish Dutch blue with navy piping details. Very warm yet very elegant and lightweight".
All three of the Cambridge children – Louis, George and Princess Charlotte – joined their parents, Prince William and Catherine Middleton, for a special performance of Pantoland hosted by The National Lottery for key workers and their families.
The outing marked the first red carpet engagement for the family of five.
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George looked very smart in his red and navy striped jumper, while Charlotte, five, wore a sweet tartan dress and black tights.
As the family took their seats inside the theatre, all three children watched their father address the audience as he made a speech ahead of the performance.
William paid a touching tribute to "national treasure" Dame Barbara Windsor, who died "peacefully" on Thursday night at the age of 83 following a long battle with Alzheimer's.
"Before I go on, I want to pause and pay tribute to a true national treasure, Dame Barbara Windsor, who so sadly passed away last night," William said.
"She was a giant of the entertainment world, and of course a legend on pantomime stages across the country including here at the London Palladium. And I know we'll all miss her hugely."
Jenni McKnight is a beauty, lifestyle and entertainment journalist and a regular contributor to woman&home, having previously worked as Acting Senior Content Editor of our former sister site, CelebsNow. She has also written for HELLO! Magazine, GoodToKnow, the Daily Mirror and Yahoo!
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