At just five years-old, Prince George is already a style icon! And while we knew that already - since he was recently included on Tatler's best-dressed list alongside mum Kate and new auntie Meghan – it's other young royals he's been influencing of late. Prince Oscar of Sweden is the latest to take a leaf out of George's fashion handbook, since he was spotted wearing a pair of shoes from one of his favourite childrenswear brands, Trotters. Aw!
Prince Oscar looked adorable in his Trotters pumps
The two-year-old wore the veteran British clothing company's Hampton canvas shoes in recent photographs posted to the Swedish royal family's official Instagram account – the very same pair that both Prince George and his little sister Princess Charlotte wore at the recent Norfolk Horse Trials, on an outing with their mum.
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The sweet plimsolls cost just £26 – George's pair are navy blue, like Oscar's, while Charlotte has a pair in her favourite shade of pink. This isn't the first time the Duchess of Cambridge has dressed her eldest son in Trotters – he wore the Hampton Canvas Nantucket versions of the shoes (which feature a cute buckle strap) to the Royal International Air Tattoo back in July 2016.
The Hampton canvas shoes by Trotters
It's not just other young royals that George is a major source of style inspo for, either – he is known to cause nationwide sell-outs with his outfit choices, just like his famous mother. His 2014 official Christmas photograph, for which he wore an adorable Cath Kidston knitted tank top adorned with a design of Queen's guards, was met with huge demand – but it sold out instantly.
George's sell-out Cath Kidston jumper
And, in possibly our favourite Prince George fashion moment of all time, his royal cuteness wore a pair of Baby Crocs to a polo event in 2016 – and even managed to spike sales of the love-hate clogs by 1500%! Just call it the Prince George effect…
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