Princess Charlotte, the 4-and-a-half months old daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William, is not going to wear a dress until she turns one-year-old! Read on to know more details.
According to People, Rachel Riley, Duchess of Cambridge’s favorite children’s wear designer, revealed that the royal child would not be sporting a dress until she is one-year-old. She believes that the Princess would wear babysuits until she starts wearing dresses, as the royal family is traditional. The baby would not wear two-piece outfits and separates, according to the designer.
Riley said that Middleton adds classic one pieces to Charlotte’s wardrobe, and chooses many adorable babysuits from Riley’s clothing line. The designer further added that Charlotte would wear new whimsical Eloise-themed collection when she starts walking around the palace.
Based on a report from YAHOO! PARENTING, Princess Charlotte wore a christening gown while she was baptized on July 5. The dress Honiton lace and white satin is a replica of the 172-year-old christening gown of the royal family. Indeed, Charlotte’s big brother Prince George wore the same gown for his baptism in 2013.
Perhaps, this was the only dress that the royal baby girl has worn until now. We would be able to see Princess Charlotte in this gown in the official family photos published days after her baptism ceremony. Even in the cute brother-sister snuggling snaps released by the royal family in June, Charlotte was wearing an all-white onesie. Hence, it is true that Kate Middleton does not prefer Charlotte wearing a dress until she turns at least one-year-old, as said by Rachel Riley.
Well, it is certain that Princess Charlotte would become a fashion trendsetter like her brother George. We are anxious to see Charlotte in Riley’s new whimsical Eloise-themed collection outfit.
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Photo Source: Facebook/ Princess Charlotte with brother Prince George