Another day, another appearance by Prince George – it has been a busy weekend for the young man!
Today HRH joined his mother to watch his father and Uncle Harry take part in a charity polo match, the Festival of Polo.
The young Prince seemed entirely in his element, having the sort of carefree fun one hopes to see any toddler enjoying.
More on what George was doing above from People magazine’s story:
Photographer James Whatling says, “[George] was playing on the bank. He was walking up the steps and then tried sliding down the bank. The older ones like Savannah was doing it so he wanted to do it too.
Also on hand at the event,RH was having a grand time.
The Prince was well-attired for an afternoon outdoors, sporting a pair of Crocs for Kids. More specifically, HRH wore the Crocs Kids Crocband Clog.
This is a basic children’s style for Crocs; made of the brand’s lightweight material, the shoe also offers the classic Crocs orthotic footbed. The style retails for $29.99 at Crocs where it is stocked in a broad range of kid-friendly colors.
The Crocband Clog is also carried at Amazon, at Shoebuy and at the Crocs UK site, as well as KC Mode in the UK. The Prince wore the same pair of shorts we noticed him wearing yesterday at Trooping the Colour.
Here is how the shorts looked on George today. (The young man seems momentarily nonplussed; perhaps he was considering joining the match!)
At any rate, the shorts are by Mayoral, a well-known Spanish brand that has been in business almost 75 years.
They are the Mayoral Boys Blue Shorts & Belt Set, we show them at Childrensalon. The set sells for $40.46, it remains available in larger sizes. There are plenty of other options, like Mayoral’s Boys Twill Chino Shorts, $16.
If not familiar with Mayoral, you might enjoy getting to know the brand. The brand is known for its reasonably priced fashions for newborns up through age 16. Below, some of this spring’s styles.
A little girl’s style.
And three nautically inspired rompers/one-piece looks, we show them at AlexandAlexa.
Nicoles for Children is another US-based website offering a solid selection of Mayoral.
Now to George’s sweater.
The piece is by Olivier Baby, known for its British-designed goods, specializing in cashmere clothing and accessories for children and babies. Below, the Cashmere Cardigan in ‘denim blue’ with a small star on the back of the piece in gray.
The piece is described as “A classic but fun V neck cardigan for boys. With a subtle star on the back it’s stylish but also fun…” Here is another look at the sweater.
The company wasted no time sharing its elation at the news Prince George was wearing one of its cardigans. From the product description:
While the denim blue style is currently sold out, Olivier Baby & Kids is taking pre-orders for the cardigan. Prices are £64 – £84 (about $100 – $300), depending on what size is ordered.
Another view of George in the cardigan, looking very snappy and stylish, indeed.
If one absolutely, positively must have a version of the sweater this very minute, it does remain available in the ‘Biscuit’ color way with a cream star.
If you have a child younger than George, the Fountain Blue version is still in stock for those aged 0-12 months.
After the match ended it was time for Dad to give George a lift. all that running and playing can make a young man tired.
A tip of the Tiara to the talented folks at HRH Prince George Pieces, they quickly IDed George’s sweater and shorts on Sunday!
One other note: we have received multiple messages suggesting that the outfit Prince William wore for Trooping the Colour in 1984, that George wore yesterday, may have initially been worn by Prince Charles in 1950. We’re working on a more in-depth update that we will add to Saturday’s Trooping the Colour post.
- The Daily Mail’s photo-laden story is here
- The Telegraph’s story is here
- People magazine’s story is here
- The Mail’s video is here