Royal fans can go to a Christmas cinema at Kensington Palace this winter.

EVER fancied waking up in a palace on Christmas morning?

While we can't promise that, Kensington Palace is offering the next best thing - festive films airing just metres from Kate Middleton and Prince William's front door.

 Royal fans can watch Christmas films at Kensington Palace this Christmas

Royal fans can watch Christmas films at Kensington Palace this ChristmasCredit: Alamy

Luna Cinema is offering a packed schedule of Christmas movies in the Palace's Pavilion, from December 15 to 22.

Located in West London, Kensington Palace is home to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank, and other royals.

There are two daily screenings, at 5.30pm and later in the evening, showing festive favourites like Elf, Home Alone and The Holiday.

Musical blockbusters The Greatest Showman and Bohemian Rhapsody will also air there in December.

 The Pavilion has been transformed into a festive cinema

The Pavilion has been transformed into a festive cinemaCredit:

You can expect a purple lowlight, spectacular Christmas tree and twinkling fairy lights, to really get you in the spirit.

Tickets cost £18.50, £13.50 for kids or £49.50 for a two-person premium ticket, which allows you to sit on a sofa, with butler service and a free drink each.

Festive film schedule

15 December

Love Actually: 8.45pm

16 December

Home Alone: 5.30pm

Elf: 8.30pm

17 December

The Greatest Showman: 5.30pm

Bohemian Rhapsody: 8.30pm

18 December

Home Alone: 5.30pm

The Holiday: 8.30pm

19 December

Elf: 5.30pm

How The Grinch Stole Christmas: 8.30pm

20 December

Home Alone: 5.30pm

Elf: 8.45pm

21 December

The Holiday: 5.30pm

Love Actually: 8.45pm

22 December

It's A Wonderful Life: 5pm

Home Alone: 7.45pm

Film fans will be able to munch on popcorn and sip prosecco, beer, mulled wine or soft drinks at the event.

If you're not based in London, Luna cinema is hosting a similar event in St George's Hall, Liverpool.

We previously revealed how London's FriendsFest is getting a Christmas makeover - as FriendsFestive.

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