Princess Charlotte was dressed in an all-white outfit for the first official photoshoot with her elder brother Prince George. The results were released by Kensington Palace on Saturday. The kids' mom, Kate Middleton, not only dressed them but also acted as the royal photographer.
The beautiful royal baby was dressed in a handmade white knitted jumper, a chemise with ruffled collar and a pair of matching tights. Meanwhile, Prince George was the perfect older brother as he cradled his younger sister in his arms, perched on a sofa. The 23-month-old royal wore a white Rachel Riley button-down shirt with blue piping. He matched it with Rachel Riley shorts, Amaia Kids knee-high socks in blue and black buckled shoes.
Charlotte's entire outfit was by Spanish designer Irulea, the same brand that the princess sported in her first public appearance after the baby's birth May 2. The pieces were from the same set that Charlotte wore home from the hospital on the day she was born, which was gifted to her by George’s Spanish nanny, Maria Borrallo.
Irulea confirmed on its official Facebook page that Charlotte was indeed wearing the company's clothes. “We’re so proud to hear that the British royal family chose to dress Princess Charlotte in Irulea. Her outfit was handmade in San Sebastián and consists of a jumper, a blouse, little boots and a bonnet,” the company wrote.
Ayago Villar runs the family business along with her sister Susana in the coastal city of San Sebastián. Just like the outfits of her fashionable mom and her brother George, Charlotte’s outfit has made fashionistas and royal fans want to copy her style. Ayago admitted that they have seen a surge in sales in the company's newborn range, including handmade clothes. She said that they have received orders from abroad to copy the little royal’s clothes, according to Hello.
The sisters said that because demand for the clothes has spiked internationally, they were making more copies. They added that they didn’t know about the royal baby wearing their clothes until they were flooded by phone calls from the media, asking if they had supplied the outfit. Prince George’s nanny had picked up the clothes from a store before the birth of the royal baby and gifted the outfit to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.