Prince George seems to have taken stylistic elements from a very special model: his father, Prince William.
Last week, Kensington Palace released an official portrait of the little prince on his fifth birthday, in which the third In a line to the British throne smiles a white shirt with short sleeves and blue accents, paired with blue shorts. But Harper's Bazaar later remarked on something particularly sweet about George's ensemble-more specifically, as an outfit worn by the young Prince William in 1985 for a family outing to Venice in Italy.
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This is not the first time – and probably not the last – that Prince George wore an outfit reminiscent of his dad's youth styles.
The young king wore a white top with red embroidery and red shorts, topped with white socks and black buckled shoes, to Princess Charlotte's baptism in 2015, just as Prince William visited a newborn prince Harry in 1984 at St. Mary's Hospital ,
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's eldest child also wore a pale blue romper suit for his first Trooping the Color Parade on Buckingham Palace's iconic balcony in 2014, as did his dad a year 1984.
As noted on page 6, the similarities are probably no coincidence. The British royal family is known for "using clothing to form intergenerational relationships, especially for significant events."
After Duchess Kate received Prince Louis in April, she wore a red dress with a white lace collar, some of which felt belatedly honored mother-in-law, Princess Diana
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Although Prince George's two younger siblings must officially join the family matching game, Princess Charlotte used to wear color – indispensable matching dresses with Duchess Kate before.
All bets assume that the little royals will play soon.