Duchess Kate's children have inherited her signature style ethos: the art of the re-wear.
Over the weekend, the Cambridges shared two new photos of their family meeting with esteemed natural historian Sir David Attenborough. In the adorable images, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis coordinated with Mom and Dad in varying shades of blue and gray: George sported a blue-checked button-down shirt—à la William—with navy blue trousers, while Charlotte wore a gray Zara dress and canvas Trotters sneakers.
Per People, some were quick to notice that Louis's outfit for the meeting looked familiar, and appeared to be a hand-me-down from his big brother. Looking adorable in a merino wool jumper from children's brand Wild & Gorgeous, Louis was seemingly wearing the same sweater George wore when the Cambridges embarked on a royal tour of Canada in 2016. While Kate paired the top for then three-year-old George with red shorts, for Louis, she complemented the little blue sweater with navy shorts and knee-high socks by Amaia.
The Cambridge boys aren't the only ones who partake in the sibling clothing swap, however. Charlotte was photographed in 2018 wearing a hand-me-down knit cardigan from George for one of the first photos of the little princess cradling her then newborn brother.
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