Since her birth-which took place a mere four months ago-the world has found itself transfixed by Princess Charlotte’s every outing, every momentous occasion, and, of course, her every fashion choice.
Kate Middleton’s number one baby-wear designer Rachel Riley tells People that Charlotte will be wearing onesies until further notice.
Riley added, “I don’t think she’ll be wearing separates until much later”.
However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that Princess Charlotte will be out of fashion with her babysuits. Red Book showed two of Riley’s adorable babysuits, the Pram Embroidered and the Princess Crown Embroidered babysuit.
“They are absolutely trendsetters”, Riley says of the royal family. “When you look at them, they’re just gorgeous, their clothing is gorgeous“.
The royal princess is set to stay free from frills for a few years yet, as apparently Kate Middleton has already decided to stick to a traditional dress style for her little girl.
Princess Charlotte wore a beatiful Victorian-inspired christening dress in July, but you won’t see the almost five-month-old royal in any other dresses for quite some time. The gown was reportedly first worn by James, Viscount Severn on his christening in 2008.
We know what you’re thinking: **Jogs all recent memory of Princess Charlotte’s attire, realizes there are no separates to be found** Princess Charlotte does really only wear singular pieces. When it comes to a Royal baby, the paparazzi do their utmost to get as many pictures of the new arrival as possible, so it was no surprise that the same thing happened when baby Charlotte arrived.