Princess Charlotte wore a floral frock by Spanish brand for her first official solo portraits that was released by the Kensington Place Sunday. The little royal, who turned seven-month on Wednesday, was dressed in a frock by m&h, a Spanish label that specializes in baby and children’s clothing. The dress is thought to have been bought by Charlotte and her brother Prince George’s nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
Maria reportedly bought the dress in the city of Valladolid, in northwestern Spain. The brand is owned by Margarita Pato Cid, who set up her family business in Valladolid. She has opened two branches in Madrid and one in Valencia. All of her shops are in Spain.
Kate Middleton dressed her baby daughter in a reasonably priced frock in the pictures that were clicked by her. The cherubic young royal’s dress retails for about $32. Hello has learnt exclusively that the dress is from the winter collection of m&h. It is a Spanish brand that specialises in baby and children’s clothing.
Charlotte’s frock featured a white ruffled collar, smocked detailing in the front and short puffed sleeves. Each piece of m&h clothing is made by hand, using fabric from Spain. The toddler’s frock is almost one-of-a-kind.
She told that she only makes few items of each piece. But, she added that though none of the dresses are now available, she has enough material to make around 15 more pieces.
“A lot of people ask why I don’t open a store in London. A lot of my stock is bought for children in London,” she said speaking to Hello. She told that she believed that the frock was bought from the company’s store in Valladolid. Royal nanny Maria hails from Palencia.
She said that her designs are classic and simple and reasonably priced. Margarita added they were honored that Charlotte wore one of their dresses for the official photos and she looked adorable. The owner told that s everal of her customers from the nearby town of Palencia travel to Valladolid to visit the store.
The little royal was dressed in pink ribbed tights by Amaia Kids, one of Middleton’s go-to designers for her kids. The tights are from the brand’s store in Chelsea, London. As for her pink cashmere cardigan, it is not yet known who designed it.
Meanwhile, when Charlotte left the Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington in May with her parents, she wore a hat by Spanish designer Irulea that her nanny had bought.