Prince George and Princess Charlotte recently had their first snow adventure, where the two royal children looked adorable in their snow clothes.

The 10-month old baby Princess Charlotte looked cute in a pink-and-white ensemble during the royal family’s recent snow outing in the French Alps. The Duchess of Cambridge dressed the royal tot in a John Lewis off-white snowsuit that featured a faux fur-trimmed hood with tiny animal ears on top, according to E! News. The royal baby also wore a light pink hat, as well as a pair of powder pink EMUAustralia platinum baby boots.

Proving that she has inherited her mother’s positive effect on fashion, the EMUAustralia baby booties have now sold out, as stated in the same report. Meanwhile, fashionista mothers and royal watchers can also give their toddlers the same John Lewis snowsuit at an affordable price. Listed for sale for $41 on John Lewis’ online store, the piece is available in three colors: off-white, blue and pink. The cute snowsuit also comes with an attached pair of mittens. It has also received a 4.8 rating out of 5 from consumers and site users.

On the other hand, Prince George was bundled warmly in a Mountain Warehouse navy blue jumpsuit with light blue accents. The piece is on sale for $37.99, according to E! News. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also had the 2-year old toddler wearing a red-and-black hat with a white fluffy pom.

Pictures of the royal family’s recent snow trip were also released on social media through Kensington Palace’s official Twitter account. Four pictures were uploaded on Twitter that showed group pictures of the royal family-of-four amid a snowy backdrop. One picture even featured a cute father-and-daughter shot. The photos were taken by royal photographer John Stillwell, who was invited to capture Prince William and Princess Kate’s snow trip pictures.

One of the Twitter posts even stated that it was the first time that Prince George and Princess Charlotte experienced playing in the snow. The French Alps trip also marked the first time that the royal family went on a holiday as a family of four.