15 photos of the royal kids in fashionable outfits | Wender Mind Kids

15 photos of the royal kids in fashionable outfits

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Royals may not be “just like us,” but kids are definitely kids, and princes and princesses are just as windy and likely to jump in a mud puddle as anyone else. This means that a royal child’s wardrobe is full of sturdy, classic pieces that not only can survive a day in a child’s life, but also look put together in photographs – no small thing for small fry! Take inspiration from children’s royalty and stock up on all-ages rompers, polos and other styles that will keep your little one dressed well enough for the crown.

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Is there anything cuter than a baby in a onesie? As Archie demonstrates, no, there isn’t. Simple stripes are versatile enough to be worn alone in the summer and with long sleeves in the cooler months.

Onesie made from organic cotton with stripes

For formal occasions, a double-breasted coat slips just as easily over wobbly arms as a single one, but looks more elegant worn over dresses. Plus, she’ll no doubt feel like Madeline running around Paris (if not Princess Charlotte in London).

Prince George’s wardrobe has always been classy (we’ll never forego the behind-the-scenes styling at work) and his red jumpsuits in 2014 have held up far better than man buns, to say the least. Red plaid jumpsuits are enduringly gorgeous.

Baby gingham poplin jumpsuit

Long before the nap dress, little girl dresses embraced a comfortable smocked top that’s as stretchy as it is cute. Do as Princess Charlotte did and add a matching bow for full effect.

Blue floral print smocked dress

Even royal babies need to stay warm outside, and tucking them into a padded (faux) fur-lined parka means you don’t have to bother with all the layers. Plus, as Isla Phillips shows, they can always borrow an oversized accessory from a nearby adult to complete the look.

Mia Tindall has tons of personality and a sparkly jacket to match. Make dressing for cold weather even more fun with a printed parka and bright rain boots.

Hunter Original First Classic children’s rain boots

HunterOriginal Kids First Classic rain boots

Aside from the borrowed sailor cap, Prince George’s striped polo shirt nods toward seafaring while he’s able to work for everything from playtime to dinner with the grandparents (and ice cream afterwards).

Dresses can get a bad rap for being fussy, but a comfortable cotton dress is easy to slip on and keeps her legs free for important royal duties like soccer games.

Some kids would rather throw a tantrum than get caught matching their younger siblings, but if you stick to a general theme and color palette like navy and stripes, you can pull off a polished, drama-free family photo.

Half zip sweater

With additional pockets for essential items like rocks and a snack, cargo camouflage shorts are a favorite with all little boys, even princes.

Big boys camo cargo shorts

School uniforms may not be as popular in the US as they are in England, but a v-neck sweater always looks like it belongs to a kid who knows how to watch their Ps and Qs. (And if not, you know what they say: “Dress in the manners you want, not in the manners you have.”)

Savannah Phillips gets adventurous in a simple jumpsuit that – similar to adults – is perfect for on and off walk.

As much as girls love dresses, sometimes shorts are the best choice for the day. To maximize form and function, consider a pretty floral onesie that looks great in family photos but also allows for maximum, well, romping.

Romper with floral ruffles

A tot walking around in boots and a blazer might be a challenge, but Mia Tindall and cousin Savannah Phillips attended the Gatcombe Horse Trials with a perfectly themed jumper that any kid will love.

Light and breezy, a seersucker dress is the coolest thing to wear on a muggy day in the sun.

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