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The Designer Childrenswear Brands Approved by the Royal Family

As the royal children took centre stage this weekend at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, all eyes were on their chic outfits — no doubt painstakingly selected by their mothers, and which will inspire legions of copycats. Here’s how to get the royal baby and toddler look.

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From Princess Charlotte’s Amaia coat, to Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor’s blue frock from the same brand, Prince Louis’s hand-me-down sailor suit to August Brooksbank’s patriotic Union Jack sweater, the royal children looked stylish en masse this weekend for Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Ever since Prince George first stepped out wearing traditional childrenswear – like shorts from Bonpoint and rompers from Rachel Riley – the wardrobes of the youngest generation of the Royal Family have been analysed and much-copied. And now that the Queen has 12 great-grandchildren, there is more royal childrenswear style than ever to pour over.

Here is a round up of the social set’s favourite luxury babywear, from La Coqueta to Marie Chantal, so you can dress your child like a Windsor.

Polo Shirt, £59.95, BOSS Kids at Harrods

Strawberry Smocked Dress, £109, Rachel Riley

Mariner Romper, £92, Pepa and Co

Lucia Cardigan, £50, Amaia

Briony Angel Wing Cardigan, £125, Marie Chantal

Multi Violeta Smock Dress, £88, La Coqueta

Noah’s Ark Romper, £61, Annafie

Maxi Check Dress, £130, Il Gufo

Little Toby Dungarees, £50, Trotters

Double-Breasted Jacket, £159, Bonpoint

Paris Dress Blue Branches, £30, M and H

Pink Satin Dress, £85, Children Salon

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