Hello and apologies for not getting posts done earlier; the weekend engagements became too much for me to keep up with! We have several outfits worn by the children to cover, beginning with the visit to Cardiff Castle in Wales by Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
More from this Sky News story.
The royal youngsters joined their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to meet entertainers staging a show in honour of the Queen at Cardiff Castle.
The Cambridges were set to learn about the lighting, sound, and visual effects for the show, watch rehearsals and meet the hosts, Aled Jones and Shan Cothi.
The visit included a walkabout. This BBC story has details.
Emma Thomas, from Cardiff, met the Royal quartet and said: “Prince George walked right up, shook my hand and said ‘I’m George’.
“Princess Charlotte was eyeing up the sparkling shoes of the lady who gave the flowers to Kate.”
Princess Charlotte takes a listen during the rehearsal.
A quick video.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle. pic.twitter.com/3J1CdBPwGv
— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) June 4, 2022
The family also visited the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
This was a lovely shot of the children.
Now for our look at what the young royals wore, starting with Princess Charlotte. She was in the Amaia Kids Razorbil Coat ($179) first seen at Prince Philip’s service in March, and what looks like the Rachel Riley Forget Me Not Smocked Dress ($155) worn on Easter Sunday.
Prince George was in a navy jacket that look like it is cotton, with notch lapels and patch pockets, and a pair of cotton trousers. His shoes are by Papouelli, the Parker Brogue (£98) in brown suede.
Here is a quick video recapping the visit.
So lovely to meet the stars and team behind tonight’s concert. We had an extra special drum demonstration for George and Charlotte, saw a stunning performance from the Wales Youth Choir for Good and had a sneak peak at how the show will come together.
Have a great time! ??????? pic.twitter.com/CDHJAdnt0A
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) June 4, 2022
Saturday night we were delighted to see Prince George and Princess Charlotte again, this time at the Platinum Party at the Palace.
More from this Metro story.
There were huge cheers at the Cambridges arrived for the star-studded show, featuring performances from the likes of Elton John, Diana Ross and Queen.
Charlotte, seven, wore a red dress and waved a Union Flag while George, eight, was fully suited and booted.
The Princess wore three red pieces, a dress, cardigan, and cape. The Red Riding Hood Velour Cape ($33) is made by Souza, a Dutch brand that does costumes and party outfits for children. It is made of lightweight polyester and has a velcro strap fastening at the neckline.
Here is a closer look at the trim. Another fab ID from Found By Bojana!
The vibrant red frock is 100% polyester in a chiffon weight with sequins on the bodice, cape-style sleeves, a satin bow at the waist, back zipper, and a full, floaty skirt. Many thanks to The Cambridges Royals for such a fab ID!
The next day, Sunday, we were all surprised when a video was released with photos of all three Cambridge children baking with their mother.
The photos were shared on Instagram by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Louis looks fierce as he sifts flour.
The caption reads: “Baking cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy at a Platinum Jubilee street party taking place today!”
You can see the cupcakes they were making.
If you are wondering about the finished product, here is a photo shared by Narelle Edwards. They look mighty yummy!
Now for what the children wore in the photos. Princess Charlotte wears two different tops. One is the Charlie Pom Jersey T-Shirt ($28) by royal favorite, Boden. Made of 100% cotton, the design is described as having “a loose boxy fit,” and features a back keyhole opening and button with decorative pom trim at the neckline and cuffs.
Here is a better view of the details.
Thank you to Becky on Facebook and Found by Bojana for this ID!
The pink top looks like a Next Polo from a cotton polo three-pack. Below right you see another from the package of three that the Princess has worn.
A better view of the details.
The Princess is seen wearing the polka dot polo in her 7th birthday photos.
The shorts worn by the Princess look like they are by Mayoral, the Blue Cotton Jersey Shorts ($24) a brand worn before by the Cambridge children. Made of 95% cotton and 5% elastane, with front and back pockets, pom trim, and a faux drawstring with a tasseled trim. Thank you to Bojana for identifying these!
It looks like the Princes were twinning, both wearing the Sfera Basic Polo Shirt in 100% cotton.
Prince Louis also wore Sfera’s Basic Chino Short (€13.39, about $14 at today’s exchange rates) The shorts are 100% cotton with a zip front and pockets on the front and back. Thank you to Found By Bojana and Pauline Repli-Cambridge for these IDs! For those curious about the brand, Sfera is owned by El Cortes Inglés, Spain’s largest clothing retailer. NOTE: The post originally said Prince George was in the Sfera shorts. That was a mistake, it is Prince Louis wearing the shirts. Thank you to Caitlyn for her comment pointing out the error.
Our final ensembles are those worn by all three Cambridge children for Sunday’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
This was the final event of the four-day Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Another view of the children.
The pageant was more than three hours long, quite a while for anyone to sit, let alone children.
The Duchess with her two youngest children.
Prince Louis and his precious funny faces.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George huddle with Lena Tindall as Savannah Phillips watches.
After the pageant ended, the Cambridges made their way inside Buckingham Palace to join the Queen, Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall on the balcony.
Now for our look at what the young royals wore, starting with a grown-up-looking Prince George.
He was in a navy blazer, cotton shirt, and a rep stripe tie, none of which have been identified. Now for our review of what Princess Charlotte wore to the pageant wore.
She was in the Amaia Kids Razorbil Summer Coat (£140, about $175) in ivory. Made in 100% cotton, the coat is similar to the winter styles we have seen the children wear, but much lighter weight, available in sizes 1 to 10 years.
Beneath the coat, the Amaia Kids Bristol Dress (£105, about $130 at today’s exchange rates), described as being made from European plumetis, a fine lightweight fabric with a raised pattern. The cotton dress features a soft floral print, pleats on the bodice, and a Peter Pan collar with ric-rac trim, as well as ric-rac at the sleeve hem and waistband.
Now for what Prince Louis wore.
He was in a short set with cornflower blue shorts that have an elastic back waist and pockets, an ivory blouse trimmed in coordinating blue stitching, and navy anklets. When arriving the Prince wore an Amaia Kids Redwink Jacket (£85, roughly $105). The piece has a round collar, welt pockets, and button front.
This is a style we have seen the Prince wear before. It is also a design Prince George wore in both in 2016 and in 2017. The jacket worn by Prince Louis this weekend does not have the contrasting trim seen on the previously worn style, and it is made in 100% cotton, as opposed to wool.
Here is one more group photo from the weekend.
And a final image that was shared on social media by the Duke and Duchess, including the message accompanying it.