Kate & # 39; s small acrobats! Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoy doing cartwheels and handstands in the palace, Duchess tells the young Royal Variety artist
- Kate Middleton attended London with Prince William last night
- Met the six-year-old gymnast Aurelia, who enchanted the royal family with performances
- She told the young girl that her own children loved cartwheels, handstands
- George and Charlotte wanted to attend the event, but were unable to attend school evening
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed that there are two budding gymnasts in her household while talking to a young performer last night Royal variety.
Kate Middleton, 37, told six-year-old gymnast Aurelia that Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, enjoyed doing acrobatics at home when she attended the event at the London Palladium.
The duchess was fascinated by six-year-old Aurelia from the acrobatic group Zurcaroh and stopped after the show to chat with her.
The youngster said afterwards that Kate had told her that George and Charlotte like doing acrobatics at home, especially handstands and cartwheels.
Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, enjoy doing cartwheels and handstands at home, according to their mother
Kate Middleton met six-year-old gymnast Aurelia last night in the Royal Variety, in the London Palladium
"It was such an honor to act for them," she said.
In conversation with singer Petula Clark, Kate revealed that her two oldest children were desperate to attend the event with their parents, but she had told them: & # 39; Not on a school night & # 39 ;.
The comments came when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke with 87, Petula, and the rest of the cast of the West End production of Mary Poppins the Musical as they greeted artists during the event.
To Petula, who plays the Bird Lady, William said: & I love Mary Poppins! & # 39;
Kate had a few nice words for six-year-old Aurelia, who blinded the audience last night with her acrobatics
Kate is portrayed as performing artists who took part in the Palladium & # 39; s Royal Variety Performance in London last night, where she and William were seen sharing a joke
The duchess is depicted at the Royal Variety Performance in the London Palladium, where she spoke to artists and admirers when she appeared next to her husband, William
The comments came when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke with 87, Petula, and the rest of the cast of the West End production of Mary Poppins the Musical as they greeted artists during the event. Pictured, William (left) with Petula (far left) and the cast of Mary Poppins
Petula told Kate to bring George, Charlotte and Louis to the show, to which the royal party replied: & # 39; They would love it. & # 39;
As she talked to Mrs. Clark, the Duchess said that her children were really excited about where she and William were going – especially the dancing and singing – and asked if they could come, but she had to tell them: & # 39; a school evening! & # 39;
The duke and duchess carved a handsome figure during the event, held for the benefit of the Royal Variety Charity, formally known as the benevolent fund of The Entertainment Artistes, of which The Queen is patron.
This sweet photo of the duke and duchess of Cambridge on their & # 39; date night & # 39; at the Royal Variety Performance was shared on the Kensington Royal Instagram account
Kate looked gorgeous in a black lace overlay Alexander McQueen dress and wore her shiny locks in loose curls while Wills put on a stylish tuxedo
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the London Palladium in London after attending the Royal Variety Performance
Kate looked gorgeous in a custom-made black lace Alexander McQueen dress with towering black stiletto heels and wore her shiny chestnut locks in loose curls.
The dress had a bold back and a sweetheart neckline, and cinched at the waist before extending to the knee.
Meanwhile, William continued his recent stylish form with a traditional black tuxedo and put an affectionate hand on his wife's back as the couple entered the theater.
The money raised helps hundreds of entertainers in the UK who need help and assistance due to old age, poor health or difficult times.
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