Where is Princess Charlotte’s regatta dress from?

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Monarchist or not, who can resist the adorable charm of the Cambridges' daughter, Princess Charlotte?

Yesterday Princess Charlotte and her siblings made an appearance at the King's Cup Sailing regatta, where she delighted fans by sticking her tongue out, something which has previously been her younger brother's signature move.

Almost as soon as the photos were online, people were asking where Princess Charlotte's adorable dress came from.


It's made by Ralph Lauren, and it's currently for sale on Far Fetch for $92 (£75). It's not quite sold out in all sizes, but you'll probably want to hurry because whenever one of the royal children wears an outfit, it tends to sell out.


If you're in love with the dress but it doesn't come in the size you need, this similar one is also adorable.

Princess Charlotte wasn't the only one wearing a super cute outfit. Prince George rocked a striped polo shirt.


Unlike his sister, who was wearing a designer dress, PG is dress in a high street bargain. His shirt seems to be from a double pack of H&M tops, which cost just £5, but are sadly out of stock.

This article originally appeared on our sister site Grazia


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