PINK FOR A VERY TRA­DI­TIONAL GIRL

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JUST like her big brother, Princess Char­lotte has been dressed in rather tra­di­tional, old-fash­ioned clothes.

her smock dress —– with a fit­ted, ribbed top and full skirt — has a frilly white col­lar and a Lib­erty-style flo­ral print in red, blue and purple.

It’s not from any of Kate’s reg­u­lar go-to de­sign­ers. It is in­stead thought to be a spe­cially com­mis­sioned piece from Irulea, the span­ish chil­dren’s wear shop where Char­lotte’s nanny, Maria Teresa Tur­rion Bor­rallo, bought the knit­ted bon­net she wore to leave hos­pi­tal.

Baby dresses at Irulea start at £55 and can be made in a range of be­spoke prints.

Kate may have got in­spi­ra­tion for the pretty design from Lon­don­based Trot­ters, one of her favourite baby shops, where her mother Ca­role was spot­ted brows­ing the Lib­erty Col­lec­tion in oc­to­ber.

Char­lotte’s baby pink cardi­gan costs £55 and is from The White Com­pany, while her match­ing pink ribbed tights are from Lon­don-based bou­tique Amaia and cost £11.

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