Kate Middleton has become one of the biggest fashion icons around the world, so it’s no surprise her children’s outfits are just as stylish.
The Duchess is known to be partial to a high street bargain despite her wealth and royal status, sporting everything from M&S trainers to gorgeous ASOS earrings that fly the shelves.
And it seems she takes the same approach when choosing outfits for her children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – who are not always kitted out in designer clothing.
One of six-year-old Princess Charlotte’s latest outfits even featured an adorable item from the high-street which Kate Middleton is known to buy in multi-packs – and of course it has already sold out!
As the Princess made an appearance with dad Prince William and brother Prince George on Father’s Day, she sported a cute polka-dot polo top under a pink Ralph Lauren jumper.
The polo top is part of a three-pack from high street retailer Next which costs just £15.
The tops come in three different colours – baby pink, navy and polka dot – and feature a scallop trim and slightly puffed sleeves. At just £5 each, it’s a bargain!
While the exact multi-pack of tops Kate buys for her daughter have now sold out, there is still a set of fun neon tops in the same style available to shop at the same price.
As well as regularly donning high street brands herself, the Duchess is known to buy clothes from a mixture of brands for her children including Sainsbury’s, H&M and of course Next.
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She has even been spotted in Sainsbury’s browsing the clothing aisles with her children, proving the life of a royal is sometimes not much different to our own!
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