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Princess Charlotte is a mini royal style icon in £65 designer dress

The Prince and Princess of Wales' daughter is one trendy royal tot

Catherine, Princess of Wales and Princess Charlotte attend the Easter Mattins Service at Windsor Castle on April 9, 2023 in Windsor, England.
Georgia Brown
Senior Lifestyle & Fashion Writer
11 April 2023
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Princess Charlotte stepped into the royal spotlight on Easter Sunday, joining her family to attend the first Easter Mattins Service of King Charles' reign at St George's Chapel in Windsor. 

The seven-year-old royal looked immaculate in a smart navy coat as she arrived hand-in-hand with her parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and her two brothers, Prince George and Prince Louis. The Princess later removed her coat, revealing a super sweet floral tea dress and pastel blue tights. 

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There's no denying that Princess Charlotte is swiftly following in the fashion-forward footsteps of her mother, Princess Kate. The mother-daughter duo looked so in sync as they both wore their chocolate brown tresses in a half-up, half-down style and twinned in beautiful blue outfits. 

Dressing for the spring sunshine, Princess Charlotte looked oh so pretty in her puff-sleeved dress, complete with a smocked bodice, gathered skirt, and an elegant tie sash. 

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The young royal's navy ensemble was adorned with a pink and ivory floral print, as well as a smart Peter Pan collar and pretty pleat detailing. If you have a little girl wanting to dress like a Princess, Charlotte's £65 frock is from celebrity designer label Rachel Riley, and is currently available to pre-order from the website. 

If you're looking to recreate the look for less this spring, we love this affordable floral dress from New Look's girls' range.

While all eyes were on Princess Kate's rule-breaking ensemble comprising of her electric blue Catherine Walker coat dress and unexpected nail colour, we couldn't help but notice the family's perfectly coordinated outfits. So why did the Waleses choose to wear blue this Easter?

The colour blue has long been associated with the royal family and represents authority, trust, and confidence. It seems, therefore, that the decision was a symbolic one. 

King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla also stepped out in royal blue outfits, serving to denote their seniority alongside the Prince and Princess of Wales and sending a clear message of unity.

SEE MORE: Prince William comforts Princess Charlotte's nerves in sweet unseen clip

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