There is an air of deja vu. Known within the British royal family for regularly recycling her favorite outfits, Kate Middleton happens to do the same when it comes to her children. Indeed, it is not uncommon to see the three Cambridge children wearing clothes seen on their eldest, such as vests, sweaters or even jackets. And the last recycled garment to date to see has been spotted, is none other than the adorable little blue jacket that Prince Louis wore on December 11.
To parade the red carpet with his parents as well as Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the little boy wore a creation by Amaia’s Redwink brand in boiled Austrian wool. A jacket already seen a few years ago on his big brother on his way to Elizabeth II’s house to attend a Christmas dinner with his family, reports People. A jacket still impeccable even three years later, a sign that the Cambridge children must be very groomed, as also evidenced by the blue sweater worn by Prince Louis last September, and which belonged to Prince George.
A first red carpet outing for Cambridge children
No small savings therefore for the Duchess who, like many, seems to focus more on quality rather than quantity. A little jacket that helped Prince Louis make a strong impression with his brother George and his sister Charlotte on their first red carpet appearance with their parents. Kate Middleton and Prince William had indeed taken their three children with them for the performance of the musical Pantoland at the Palladium in London. An evening also placed under the sign of a good cause, since many people active during the Covid-19 pandemic, such as caregivers, deliverers, waste collectors or even people who made donations had been invited to this evening. A special place for the Cambridge children, who had also helped to collect and distribute food.
Prince Louis © © WPA rota / KCS PRESSE