Princess Charlotte Just Debuted a New Hairstyle at Prince Louis's Christening

Caroline Hallemann
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From Town & Country

At just three-years-old, Princess Charlotte knows the importance of having a signature aesthetic (er, at least her mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, does). The young royal is rarely seen without her trademark hair bow.

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She's been wearing them for years now, and is normally loyal to the brand Amaia Kids, but today, at her younger brother Prince Louis's christening ceremony, Charlotte changed things up and wore a different sort of hair accessory: a bright blue headband (one that had a bow, naturally).

The piece appears to be this $9.26 style from Pepa & Co., a favorite children's clothing brand of Duchess Kate's.

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She paired the headband with a smocked dress in a blue floral print, white socks, and blue Mary Jane's.

Here's a photo of her exiting the ceremony with a program tight in hand alongside Prince William and Prince George:

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In part, little Charlotte matched her mother, who wore what some on twitter are calling a "hat-band," a cream-colored statement hairpiece by London-based milliner Jane Taylor.

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Charlotte also sported a very on-trend center part for the celebration, as opposed to the side swoop we're used to seeing on her. As per usual, she appeared to be loving the attention today, shaking hands with the clergy and waving at the cameras.

We've seen Charlotte several times this summer, both at official events like Prince Harry's wedding in May and Trooping the Colour in early June, and just out in public cheering on Prince William at a polo match. It's unclear at this point when we'll see the Princess next, though it might not be until Princess Eugenie's wedding in early October.

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