From chic fascinators to perfectly tailored dresses, Kate Middleton is a low-key fashion maven. So, it’s no surprise that her 4-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, is following in mom’s stylish footstep.
Yesterday, the entire Cambridge clan—Kate, Char, Prince William, Prince George and Prince Louis—attended a royal charity polo match in Wokingham, England. During the event, Princess Charlotte stole the show in a floral dress that is practically the definition of summer #goals.
The outfit is designed by Marie-Chantal (aka the Crown Princess of Greece), who just so happens to own a designer (read: expensive) children’s clothing company. Princess Char wore the Celina dress, which comes in a wildflower Liberty print. While the piece normally retails for $280, it’s currently on sale for $196. Cha-ching!
The frock features a pointed collar, elastic waist and small pleats, creating a simple dress, ideal for summer activities. Charlotte accessorized the look with white sandals and a light pink bow. (Natch).
The charity match took place at the Billingbear Polo Club. The event marked the first time that the Fab Four—Prince William, Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—made a joint appearance with their families since baby Archie’s birth.
Although Prince Louis originally caught our attention for practically towering over Middleton, it appears Princess Charlotte is solidifying her role as the most fashionable Cambridge child. (No offense, George.)