When it comes to dressing up her children, Kate always chooses designers. But it seems the Duchess of Cambridge has ignored pricey labels and choose something less expensive for Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s summer wardrobe.
Kate came to watch her husband compete in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy over the weekend with her two children and she dressed them in matching blue canvas plimsolls from childrenswear specialists Trotters.
George and Charlotte could be seen moving around the grounds at the Beaufort Polo Club wearing the Hampton plum canvas shoes which cost just £26 a pair.
Charlotte removed her shoes and seen running around the pitch barefoot. She was also wearing a £34 ‘Amelia’ floral dress from The Little White Company and a pair of matching pink sunglasses.
It is not the first time the royal siblings have been spotted in the machine-washable shoes, they also wore them at the Houghton Horse trials last month with Charlotte wearing the pink colorway. Prince George has been seen wearing a different style from the Hampton Canvas range at Trotters called the Nantucket.
Sophie Mirman, founder, and CEO of Trotters told that she is proud to see the young royals wearing their designs.
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