Princess Charlotte Re-Wore George's Old Outfit in the Family Christmas Card
If you have older siblings, chances are, you've been on the receiving end of a hand-me-down. It's just part of the gig, and apparently even being a member of the royal family doesn't change that.
Royal sibs Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis have all shared before (remember their baptism gown?) but Charlotte also snagged one of George's fashion staples for their family's Christmas card this year. The 3-year-old wore a $60 navy Fina Ejerique cardigan that definitely came from her brother's closet.
George originally wore the cardigan in a 2016 family portrait, which was commissioned for Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday (see the photo here).
It's not the first time Charlotte's worn it. After Prince Louis was born, Kensington Palace released a pic of the new big sister wearing (you guessed it) George's cardigan.
Hate to say it, George, but now that it's been taken twice, that cardigan might be Charlotte's now ...
While his sister was wearing his clothes, George opted for a rare fashion change of his own — the tot ditched shorts in favor of pants. Usually George is dressed in shorts in a "very English" move that was supposed to last until he's 8, according to People.
“It is considered very suburban for a little boy to be in long trousers when he is just a little boy," a royal commenter said.
Apparently the times are changing.