When your mum is Kate Middleton - and your great grandmother is the Queen - you've probably got more choice than most when it comes to family heirlooms of a fashion nature. But while she's waiting to raid the Crown Jewels, Princess Charlotte has been busy talking a leaf out of her mum's style playbook.
Ahead of the women's football final last night, Princess Charlotte sent a good luck message to the Lionesses. Sitting next to her dad, she wore a polka dot tee from Losan, a childrenswear brand based in Spain. Its pattern and colour palette immediately reminded us of a certain someone's dress at Wimbledon. Kate watched the men's singles final wearing a polka dot dress from Alessandra Rich, which must have been the inspiration behind Princess Charlotte's T-shirt.
Middleton, after all, is the official patron of polka dots. She has several spotted dresses by Alessandra Rich - and always chooses to wear them for special occasions. Could spots be some sort of lucky charm? Maybe, maybe not, but they worked for the Lionesses.
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Amaia Kids is quickly becoming a favourite with Princess Charlotte. For the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, Charlotte wore a co-ordinating summer dress and coat.
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Following a much-needed outfit change during baking (we've all been there), Princess Charlotte swapped the stripes for a pink polo shirt from Next. Prince Louis and Prince George, meanwhile, twinned in matching navy polo shirts by Sfera.
For the Platinum Party at the Palace, Princess Charlotte picked out a red sequinned dress by Souza (complete with matching cape that has sadly sold out now).
The young princess wore a £77 floaty cornflower blue frock from Portuguese children's brand Patachou for Trooping the Colour. Sadly, it's sold out but you can shop similar below.
Prince George visited Wales together with Princess Charlotte and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - the first official visit to Wales for the children, and looked just like his father in a navy blazer and blue checked shirt by Trotters.
Although you can't exactly tell what she's wearing underneath that coat from Amaia Kids, eagle-eyed fans believe it's a blossom-printed dress from Confiture (keep scrolling for the coat).
While co-ordinating with the rest of the family, Princess Charlotte wore this adorable navy pea coat layered over her tartan dress for Prince Philip's memorial service.
Channelling his father, Prince George wore a super smart navy suit with a co-ordinating polka dot tie.
The perfect dress for Easter, Princess Charlotte matched her mum in this duck egg blue number from Rachel Riley.
For 2020's Christmas card, Princess Charlotte wore a mini-me version of mum's favourite outdoor boots, a knee-high leather pair from Penelope Chilvers.
Princess Charlotte wore a high street hit - this time a sweet dungaree set by John Lewis & Partners - for a photo released ahead of the Duke of Cambridge's birthday in June 2020.
Amaia Kids - a childrenswear brand that's designed in London and made in Spain - is a favourite with the Cambridges. Princess Charlotte wore one of its forest green double-breasted coats to a Christmas Day service.
For Trooping the Colour in 2019, Prince Louis wore an outfit that onlookers might have recognised. The blue shorts and smocked blouse were a recreation of what his uncle, Prince Harry, wore to 1986's Trooping the Colour. Bless.
To visit baby brother Prince Louis at the Lindo Wing, Princess Charlotte was dressed in a duck egg blue dress from Little Alice London.
As pageboy and flower girl at Pippa Middleton's wedding in 2017, Prince George and Princess Charlotte wore bespoke outfits by London-based childrenswear label Pepa & Co.
To celebrate his fourth birthday, Prince George was photographed looking decidedly grown up in a blue-and-white shirt from Amaia Kids.
The meeting between Prince George and President Obama was probably the biggest 'ahhh' moment, well, ever. The sleepy little prince, no doubt bemused before bedtime, wore a white dressing gown by My 1st Years.
He might wear fleeces and camouflage now, but Prince George had an old-fashioned phase like most toddlers. This outfit, worn for his sister's christening, is from Rachel Riley.