Prince William, Kate and Princess Charlotte
Don't expect Princess Charlotte to be runway ready so soon as Prince William and Kate Middleton will make sure that she stays away from dresses up until she turns one.
Princess Charlotte did show that she can rock a dress during her christening, but it's going to be a one-time thing, per the People report.
Rachel Riley, described as "Kate's go-to children's wear designer," confirmed to the magazine that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make Princess Charlotte wear onesies from now on.
"Because they're a traditional family, I'm sure that she'll wear babysuits for the first year, and then only when she's walking will she then move into dresses," she said.
"Even in terms of separates," the designer added. "I don't think she'll be wearing separates until much later."
Until Princess Charlotte get to actually wear a dress, Kate Middleton will shop for onesies and babysuits at Riley's clothing store.
"And once she is walking around the palace, Charlotte can dabble in Riley's new whimsical Eloise-themed collection to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the beloved children's stories," People said.
During her christening back in July 5, Princess Charlotte looked resplendent in her gown but it reportedly "has eight generations of royal history" behind it.
"It is an exact replica of the beautiful garment worn by Queen Victoria's firstborn, Victoria, Princess Royal, in 1841," said Us Weekly. "Since then, and until 2004, all royal babies were baptized in the same outfit, including the Queen, Prince Charles, Princess Charlotte's dad Prince William, and her uncle, Prince Harry."
Prince William and Kate Middleton's decision to go traditional when it comes to Princess Charlotte's clothes is quite surprising considering the Duchess of Cambridge's fashion style which manages to meld modern influences with tradition.
"She is able to mix high end with high street easily and is often seen recycling old outfits to demonstrate her thrifty skills," commented Marie Claire.
Prince William's wife's preferred fashion designers include Alexander McQueen, Alice Temperley, Jenny Packham and Sarah Burton.