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Princess Charlotte rocks perfect party dress and regal cover up

The royal looked so cute

The Cambridges dressed in red, white and blue last night for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Party at the Palace concert and Princess Charlotte dazzled in a lovely red sequin dress.

SEE: Princess Eugenie wows in patriotic dress for the Platinum Party at the Palace - so chic!

The dress is from Monsoon and has already sold out unsurprisingly after the little one was spotted in it. 

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The royal was pictured clapping along with the audience and waving her Union Jack flag during performances. She sat next to her mother Kate Middleton and her brother Prince George. Her youngest sibling Prince Louis was at home for the event, deemed too young to join in the late night festivities.

Princess Charlotte looked lovely for the celebrations

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Not only perfectly patriotic, a dress like this will work for weddings, birthdays and can even be hung up in the wardrobe for Christmas Day!

Over the Jubilee weekend, Charlotte has looked effortlessly stylish alongside her fashion icon mother. On Saturday, the royal stepped out with her family at Cardiff Castle wearing a cute dark blue coat with a Peter Pan collar and pretty button detailing down the front. Charlotte also wore the same coat to her great-grandfather Prince Philip's service of thanksgiving in March 2022. A wardrobe staple it seems!

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