As expected, the children were charming at Pippa Middleton’s wedding today.
Today we’ve taken on a tough, boring and thoroughly unenjoyable task (insert wink & smile here): reporting on not-cute-in-the-slightest new childrenswear collections for SS17. We’re showcasing some of the English brands we’ve previously seen on the Prince and Princess of Cambridge, beginning with Rachel Riley’s new arrivals in the nautical style we know Kate loves. First, a new incarnation of the ‘Smocked Set’ for young boys which was a popular look for Prince George at his sister’s christening.
As hoped, a photo commemorating Princess Charlotte’s second birthday was released today by Kensington Palace.
We have news from Kensington Palace about George and Charlotte taking part in their Aunt Pippa’s wedding. Today the Palace confirmed both children will be members of the wedding party.
Below, Pippa Middleton and fiancée James Matthews are seen last August after attending church services at Sandringham.
We are back with another post on something that has been a topic of recent conversation. It is written by a WKW/WKKW friend, Brooke Nurthen. Some readers may recall seeing Brooke’s name during the India/Bhutan tour when she contributed to this post about Kate & William’s hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery; she had made the climb with her husband in 2014. Brooke lives in Australia and knows her fashion; she recently left a position with Zimmermann, a brand Kate has worn. She is now learning lots about childrenswear as the mother of a precious 6-month-old boy. We look forward to seeing more of Brooke’s work here on occasion!
Today we take a look at a commonly asked question about Prince George’s style.
The young royal is always seen in shorts at official events and engagements, and in images released by Kensington Palace. A lot of commentary around Prince George’s style centres on the ‘old-fashioned’ look he champions, and there’s a reason Kate dresses George in shorts.