The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released beautiful portraits of Princess Charlotte to mark her fourth birthday.
The snaps were taken by Kate at Kensington Palace, in one picture Charlotte can be seen wearing a blue dress with Peter Pan collar and embroidery.
Speaking to FEMAIL, celebrity stylist Rochelle White explained: ‘’The dresses that Princess Kate chooses for Charlotte are fashionable yet traditional, girly, fun and pretty.’’
‘’As much as times have changed in regards to children and their fashion, this is one traditional look that will never get old, dated or out of fashion just updated over time.’’
‘’I think that Kate is very aware that people pay attention to everything that she dresses Charlotte in.’’
‘’I don’t think Kate wants parents to rush out to buy what Charlotte is seen in and cause a fashion frenzy. Keeping it simple and traditional is perfect for the little princes.’’
The frock worn by Charlotte in her latest birthday portrait is almost sold out online.
The dress, which Charlotte wore with a blue hair bow and naval force plimsolls, is fundamentally the same as the one put on the princess for her child sibling Louis’ Christening in July a year ago.
Only months sooner it was another blue dress – this time a Periwinkle dress from Little Alice London – for Charlotte when she and sibling George, presently five, were taken by William to see child Louis in the medical clinic after his introduction to the world in April 2018.
The blue dress has likewise been a regal visit staple, with the princess wearing a flower print dress with a ribbon band over the chest in Berlin in July 2017, and donning two diverse light blue gowns on her visit to Canada in September 2016.
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