Prince Louis birthday: Where to buy outfits prince wore in photos taken by Kate Middleton
Prince Louis turned one today, and as is fast becoming a tradition, Kensington Palace have released some images of the youngster. The photos were taken by avid photographer Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge. In the sweet snaps, the youngster can be seen grinning as he spends time in the countryside. The young prince wore a number of cosy jumpers, but where are they from?
Express.co.uk has brought you the most likely options.
In one capture, Prince Louis was dressed in a pale collared top, as well as a royal blue jumper.
The pullover was emblazoned with a dog motif.
The cashmere sweater is from the high-street brand Trotters.
It usually sells for £44, however has been reduced to £35.
Although, the website currently only lists a pink version, which depicts the same dog but has a pink gingham bow on it.
While the exact item is yet to be identified, style bloggers have made a guess at the brand behind the shirt.
The blog What Kate’s Kids Wore has suggested that the crosshatch pattern of the shirt looks reminiscent of a Amaia Kids ‘Chickadee’ shirt, previously worn by Prince George, five.
White baby grow
It seems that the young prince rewore a white bodysuit for some other snaps – a garment which he also wore in the family portrait released back in December last year.
It’s thought that this is the Amaiakids Mayfair body with navy trim.
This item is no longer listed on the website.
On top of the collared item, the young prince wore a red knitted jumper, which had two pockets at either side, as well as buttons on his left shoulder.
It’s not currently known where this creation is from, or whether it was knitted especially for him.
While the young royals are rarely dressed in trousers, Prince Louis appeared to be wearing dark blue corduroy trousers.
However, it’s currently unknown as to where these were bought from.
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