Princess Charlotte Looks Much Like Mom Kate Middleton In Polka Dots

The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is well-known for her love of the pattern, having worn two different blue spotted styles to Wimbledon 2022, both by her favorite label Alessandra Rich.

Princess Charlotte Looks Much Like Mom Kate Middleton In Polka Dots - SurgeZirc US
Princess Charlotte Looks Much Like Mom Kate Middleton In Polka Dots.

Princess Charlotte appeared in an adorable video with her father, Prince Charles, on Sunday, cheering on England’s women’s soccer team, the Lionesses, ahead of their Euro 2020 final match against Germany.

And the 7-year-old royal looked exactly like her mother in a navy top with white polka dots by Spanish label Losan.

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The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is well-known for her love of the pattern, having worn two different blue spotted styles to Wimbledon 2022, both by her favorite label Alessandra Rich.

She wore another polka-dotted Alessandra Rich look to the Royal Ascot in June, this time a white midi dress similar to one Princess Diana wore to the same event in 1988.

Princess Charlotte Looks Much Like Mom Kate Middleton In Polka Dots - SurgeZirc US
Princess Charlotte wore polka dots to cheer on England’s women’s soccer team alongside dad Prince William.

Princess Charlotte isn’t the only one inspired by the duchess to wear dots; one of Middleton’s favorite Alessandra Rich gowns has been seen on Sarah Jessica Parker, Kelly Ripa, and Christie Brinkley, and even made an appearance on “Suits” star Abigail Spencer at Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry in 2018.

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While Charlotte’s brothers, Prince George, and Prince Louis, have worn plenty of hand-me-downs from other members of the royal family, Charlotte has plenty of prime pieces in her mother’s closet waiting for her.

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