As Princess Charlotte celebrates her first birthday Monday, a series of four pictures were released by Kensington Place Sunday showing her dressed in adorable outfits. The royal toddler is pictured in a blue frock and then a pink frock in the four pictures taken by her stylish mom Kate Middleton. The tot is all set to follow in the footsteps of her mum in the style stakes.

The little princess looked cute in the blue dress, which she wore with a matching bow and a cashmere cardigan. Charlotte is then seen wearing a pink printed frock with a matching cardigan and bow. Prince William and Kate’s daughter’s blue dress is by Spanish designer m&h.

The little royal has earlier worn frocks by the same small-town designer, believed to have been bought by her and older brother’s nanny Maria Borrallo. The children’s wear label has stores in Valladolid, Madrid and Valencia in Spain. Parents, who want to dress their kids like the princess, will now be able to imitate her style by purchasing the outfits from their website when it launches.

Charlotte wore the other two m&h frocks for her first solo photoshoot, in 2015. Her mom then dressed her in the same frock for Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday portrait, which was released in April. The blue frock costs 23 pounds (around $34) and was accessorized with a navy blue bow by Amaia Kids priced at 2.50 pounds ($3.65).

Her pink frocks were completed with blue and pink tights, both of which are also from Amaia Kids and cost 11 pounds ($16). Charlotte’s pink knitted cardigan is a recycled m&h design. The princess wore the same one in her portrait with the queen, but the luxurious white cashmere cardigan is from Olivier Baby and Kids and retails at 64 pounds (around $94).

Charlotte wore a cute pair of navy pre-walker “Emma” shoes from Children Salon, which cost 29 pounds ($42.38). A toy and a book also made an appearance in the photos. The brightly colored stroller with alphabet blocks that the princess is pushing to help her walk is from Pintoy. It comes in a combination of red, yellow, blue and green and costs between $65 and $145.

The book that she holds in another picture is “The Wheels on the Bus,” a popular sound and action book by David Ellwand.