These brands of clothing are chosen by Kate Middleton for her children
Kate Middleton and Prince William are the parents of the royal family’s three sweetest fashionistas. Louis, Charlotte, and George of Cambridge are as much of a tradition as their parents. We have already told you that little ones’ wardrobe is carefully thought out, so you shouldn’t be surprised when their suits and dresses repeat the images of Prince William or Queen Elizabeth.
Prince William at St. Mary’s Hospital on Prince Harry’s birthday, 1984; Prince George at the christening of Princess Charlotte at Sandringham, 2015
We are crazy about children’s clothes for young monarchs, so we advise all young mothers to take this material into service. Well, those who are only planning a pregnancy so far can easily start a separate folder with saved pictures on Instagram. We share with you the favorite brands of clothing Kate and William, which they choose for their children. Here are the manufacturers of everything most charming and beautiful, from knitted hats to shirts and warm cardigans.
The Spanish family brand, originally from San Sebastian, is especially popular with Princess Charlotte. Wearing a warm Irulea hat, the baby was taken from the maternity ward of St. Mary’s Hospital in London. And today, the girl often appears in the brand’s floral dresses made of cotton.
Pepa & Co.
Children’s clothing brand Pepa & Co. was founded in London in 2013 and almost immediately earned the love of the royal family. All three children of Kate and William walk in comfortable and very beautiful suits of the brand.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Pepa & Co. in Surrey, 2017
This brand is perhaps the most loved by the royal family. If you were wondering who is behind the production of traditional embroidered shirts, shorts and overalls for royal children, know that this is British Rachel Riley.
Little Alice London
Another brand from the UK is responsible for creating delicate princess Charlotte floral dresses. Little Alice London also has clothes for boys – little princes. The brand focuses on natural materials and classic silhouettes.
Princess Charlotte at Little Alice London in London, 2018