Princess Charlotte Wears Hand-Me-Down Sweater in Prince Louis' First Portrait


So adorable! Prince William and Duchess Kate shared another photo of their new arrival as well, this one showing the littlest Prince wide-eyed in his white knitted sweater and footed trousers. "She won't leave baby Louis' side", the source said, adding that a similar bond exists between her and her older brother, Prince George, 4, who is reportedly "protective" of Charlotte.

The toddler was surprised with a cake to share with her classmates at school, where she attends Monday through Thursday for half-day lessons, and she was also met with a celebration back home at Kensington Palace.

If your kids complain at having to wear their older siblings' hand-me-downs all the time, these pictures are proof that it's something even royals have to deal with. Louis, two weeks old today, is pictured propped up on a white frilly cushion on a seat at the family residence in London.

The matching set by Irulea is now called the Princess Charlotte set.

There was a secret nod to Prince George.

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It is not the first time Kate, 36, has put her children in hand-me-downs.

If you thought Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis' outfits in their latest portraits looked familiar, your eyes weren't deceiving you.

According to People, the same cardigan, which is from the Spanish brand Fina Ejerique and retails for $52, was worn by Prince George in a photo (embedded below) of Queen Elizabeth with seven of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren that was taken by well-known celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz for the monarch's 90th birthday.

The British royal family released the first official photographs of the newest family member, Prince Louis. "It is a huge pleasure to be among the brands in their wardrobe".

While Prince George does not appear in the photos, he paid Prince Louis a visit shortly after his birth in St. Mary's Hospital last April 23.