Killer fashion: Prince William is given a pair of Villanelle's tiny pyjamas from Killing Eve as he opens TV exhibition
- Pair of cartoon children's pyjamas were presented to Prince Willaim yesterday
- They were created for Villanelle, the anti-heroine of BBC's hit drama Killing Eve
- The prince was opening new exhibition celebrating award-winning films and TV
They are clothes fit for a killing – and perhaps now a future king.
The prince – who was opening a new exhibition celebrating award-winning films and television programmes – is a fan of the show.
Prince William – who was opening a new exhibition celebrating award-winning films and television – is a fan of Killing Eve. He was also handed a pink Clanger (pictured) as a gift
The pyjamas featured at the start of the second series, when Jodie Comer’s assassin steals them from a child while escaping from a hospital.
But William might not find they are a perfect fit. Only a few pairs were made, in small, medium and large, and the prince got the last pair in medium.
Killing Eve producer Sally Woodward Gentle said: ‘They are meant to be worn quite small.
The pyjamas featured at the start of the second series, when Jodie Comer’s assassin steals them from a child while escaping from a hospital (pictured)
'But they are adult-sized. We had a few made up, and that’s the last pair.’
William, who joked he felt ‘under-dressed’ before the Villanelle outfits, also saw exhibits from other shows, including children’s classic The Clangers, at the Bafta exhibition in Piccadilly, central London.
Daniel Postgate, son of show creator Oliver, gave William a pink Clanger as a gift for Princess Charlotte.