YOU can now watch Christmas films inside a famous royal venue, just metres from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s front door.
The Pavilion within Kensington Palace’s grounds will be showing a whole range of festive films in December, thanks to the good people at Luna Cinema.
Parents-to-be Meghan and Harry recently moved into the plush 21-bedroom Apartment 1, right next door to Kate Middleton and Prince William’s spacious Apartment 1A (Princess Margaret’s former home).
Newlyweds Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank live in the palace’s Ivy Cottage, while Prince Edward Duke of Kent, his wife Katharine and the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent also call the palace home.
From Monday December 17 to Saturday 22, the palace will be showing festive favourites like Home Alone and Love Actually.
There will be two films daily, at 5pm and 8.30pm, with tickets costing upwards of £18.50, and more dates expected to be announced soon. You can book your spot here.
- Monday December 17
- Home Alone – 5pm
- Greatest Showman – 8.30pm
- Tuesday December 18
- Miracle on 34th Street – 5pm
- Die Hard – 8.30pm
- Wednesday December 19
- Elf – 5pm
- The Holiday – 8.30pm
- Thursday December 20
- The Muppets Christmas Carol – 5pm
- Love Actually – 8.30pm
- Friday December 21
- The Nightmare Before Christmas – 6pm
- Elf – 8.30pm
- Saturday December 22
- It’s A Wonderful life – 5pm
- Home Alone – 8.45pm
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The pop-up cinema’s bar will be serving mulled wine, mince pies, prosecco and hot chocolate.
If West London’s a bit far for you, Luna Cinema is also hosting pop-ups in Hackney’s EartH, a former Act Deco cinema, and Liverpool’s St George’s Hall.
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