All The times the royals have gone to the theatre from Kate Middleton to Meghan Markle


Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will step out to see a special performance of Dear Evan Hansen in aid of The Royal Foundation.

The music performance which tells the story of Evan, a boy who is struggling to connect in our hyperconnected world is an award-winning show that spans generations and has been credited with helping to start important conversations about mental health between parents and teenagers. 

Events like these are always interesting to other royals who have been spotted at a number of them in time past. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex couldn’t help but enjoy a special performance of Hamilton, in aid of the Duke’s charity Sentebale couple of months after their wedding.

Meghan wore a black tuxedo dress by Canadian designer Judith & Charles for the event showing off her love for double-breasted suits and Prince Harry impressed the audience by singing the opening bars of one of the show’s songs.

In 2017, The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate attended the opening night of 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane held in aid of one of her patronages EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice). The royal wore a red Marchesa Notte fit-and-flare dress and Kate Spade pom pom earrings.

The Countess of Wessex, Sophie attended a gala performance of The Girls musical-a story of famous Yorkshire WI Calender Girls in 2017.

The event was held in support of the blood cancer charity Bloodwise of which the Countess is a member of her local WI!

In 1984, Princess Diana attended a performance of Starlight Express as a lover of plays and musicals and member of the royal family. The Royal was again spotted at Miss Saigon in 1989, where she stunned in a powder blue Catherine Walker evening dress.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh,Prince Philips in 2006, spotted leaving a performance of Billy Elliot. 

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in 2004 walked the red carpet for a gala performance of Mamma Mia which raised funds for the Prince’s Trust.

The Queen’s younger sister, Princess Margaret was a guest at the performance of My Fair Lady with Julie Andrews in 1966.

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