Treat Your Baby Like a Royal

Treat Your Baby Like a Royal

May 6, 2019

Treat Your Baby Like a Royal

Treat Your Baby Like a Royal

He’s here! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex—also known as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—welcomed their royal baby on May 6, 2019.

One thing the new baby will learn? The royal cousins (George, Charlotte and Louis, the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) are quite fashionable, making the press and the public swoon with their adorable, stylish outfits.

In honor of the baby news, here’s a collection of cute items George and Charlotte have worn, as well as some British-inspired pieces, so you can dress your own little one like royalty.

Known for their stylish patterns, cute designs and British aesthetic, Boden has a selection of London-themed baby clothes. This sweet bodysuit features the London Guards marching, while other items include a sleepsuit with corgis (Queen Elizabeth approved) and a cute sleepsuit with London landmarks.

These classic shorts are made from super soft navy cotton so they’ll be comfy on little legs. Pair them with a Peter Pan-collar shirt, sweater vest and knee socks for a very Prince George-inspired look.

This prince of a lamb stuffed animal makes a cuddly companion for your little one. Dressed in Prince George-inspired suspenders with a crown atop its head, this handmade stuffie is also a do-gooder—10 meals are provided to children in need for every one purchase.

Magnetic Me celebrates the arrival of Meghan and Harry’s new baby with a limited-edition collection that honors the royal baby’s American and British heritage. The 2-piece set includes a magnetic gown and hat.

Princess Charlotte has a collection of dresses fit for, well, a royal. With its hand-sewn rosebud embroidery details and classic smocked shape, this Rose Garden Dress is a similar style to what the young princess wears on royal outings.

A sweet finishing touch to any look, this small hair bow from this British children’s clothing line is a favorite of Princess Charlotte.

Another wardrobe staple for Princess Charlotte? The cardigan. Made from a mix of wool and cotton, this one from Petit Bateu has a cape-like design and comes in a variety of colors.

Prince George wears a lot of shorts, no matter what the English weather may be (here’s why—just your typical stuffy old tradition). These classic dungaree-style shorts have a cute sailboat design, as well as adjustable suspender-like straps. Pair with a Peter Pan-collared shirt for a seriously royal look.

Remember that adorable photo of Prince George meeting the Obamas in his bathrobe? This is that robe (just without the gingham trim detailing). It’s made from soft cotton with a classic braided trim that will leave them feeling both cosy and royal.

When Prince Louis made his public debut not long after his birth, he was wrapped in a sweet blanket, similar to the ones his brother and sister snuggled in when they were introduced. The royal family is a big fan of the GH Hurt baby blankets, like this pretty pure wool shawl with a lacy border.

The epitome of luxury baby gear (with a royal price tag to match), this pram is a classic. Handcrafted in Yorkshire, England, it has a cushy mattress and smooth ride for baby’s comfort, plus lots of beautiful detailing. The Duchess of Cambridge used this pram with her babies.

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