10:27 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 12/11/2013 06:45PM
It may not have involved Ben Stiller, Robin Williams and a band of cavemen roaming Central Park, but Prince William and wife Kate got to enjoy their very own Night at the Museum on Wednesday night – complete with a walking diplodocus dinosaur, giant sloths and 3D glasses.
The royal couple, both 31, were guests at the premiere of Natural History Museum Alive 3D, alongside iconic British wildlife presenter Sir David Attenborough.
Kate – in a black lace Alice Temperley gown she wore last year at the premiere of the World War I epic War Horse – and William, in a smart tuxedo, gave some 21st-century glamour to the stunning Victorian surroundings of the museum, which is just a stone's throw from their Kensington Palace home.
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