Princess Charlotte is just like any normal baby, she also wears hand-me-downs from her older brother Prince George!
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s daughter was spotted wearing a dungaree and red cardigan. It appeared to be the same outfit that George wore when he visited Australia with his parents in 2014.
The one-year-old Princess Charlotte was recently spotted in a red and white striped dungaree and red cardigan. The toddler was seen feeding geese near their Kensington Palace home during an outing with their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Meanwhile, big brother George, 2, was seen in his favorite blue shorts and navy jumper.
However, Princess Charlotte’s dungarees and cardigan caught the attention of royal watchers worldwide. Little George’s dungarees are from childrenswear store Neck and Neck, Hello reports. The little royal wore the same dungarees to watch a charity polo match with his mom Kate to support his dad William in June 2014.
Charlotte, who is fourth-in-line to the British throne, wore the dungarees. She appeared to be wearing the same outfit that her brother wore during his first royal visit abroad at the age of just eight months to Australia. This is not the first time that a royal tot wore a recycled outfit.
George wore his dad William’s outfits to the last two Trooping the Color ceremonies. On his second birthday in July 2015, little George wore the same blue shorts and white shirt that William wore during his younger brother Prince Harry’s christening 32 years ago, Hello reports. This apart, Isabella Windsor, the daughter of Freddie Windsor and his wife Sophie Winkleman was christened in the same lace gown that was previously worn by George and Charlotte, as well as other young royals, Hello reports.
The gown is a replica of the one used by Queen Victoria for her children. It was made by Queen Elizabeth II’s personal dresser, Angela Kelly, after the original became too fragile to use. Meanwhile, in another related development, George and Charlotte are likely to visit Canada with their parents in autumn. The Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau sent an official invitation to Kate and William to join them in celebrating the country’s 150th anniversary.
However, Kensington Palace is yet to confirm the visit. “The Prime Minister certainly has invited William and Kate and family to come to Canada whenever they are available on their schedule,” said Kate Purchase, director of communications for Trudeau, speaking to The Globe and Mail.