A new photo was released today of Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
The young royals are seen with their father in an image taken by the Duchess of Cambridge in mid-April. The photo was taken when the family was volunteering on the Sandringham Estate, delivering food packages they had made for vulnerable/isolated people. The message accompanying the photo reads:
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photo taken by The Duchess as they played their own part in the national volunteering effort.
In April, The Duke and Duchess and their family visited the Sandringham Estate where they packed up and delivered food parcels to isolated pensioners in the local area.
The picture appears to have been taken the same day Princess Charlotte’s birthday photos were shot. Below, two images from that group of pictures.
The Princess was in a Zara dress for those images.
Prince George might be wearing the same outfit seen when the whole family took part in Clap For Our Carers April 23rd.
He was in a gingham shirt with navy trousers that are not yet identified and in today’s image he also wears a navy sweater. (It’s likely the pieces won’t be IDed unless/until we see the Prince wearing the pieces in actual photographs, as opposed to video screengrabs.)
The one item that looks identifiable is the young royal’s shoes. With thanks to Pauline on Twitter, his shoes look very much like the ASICS Gel Contend 5 GS ($39.95), especially when comparing the sole of Prince George’s shoe with this style.
The ASICS site note the style offers “cushioning to support young feet…the EVA midsole and molded internal heel counter provide stability…the CONTEND™ GS model is built to last with its sturdy molded rubber outsole.” The shoe is also in stock at Shoebacca were it appears to be on sale ($29.995) It comes in toddler sizes as well; we show it at RoadRunner Kids ($44.95); it is also offered at Amazon.
In a normal year, we would have seen all three children today at Trooping the Colour, but it was canceled because of the pandemic. We’ll have to make do with a photo from last year’s post about the event.