In case you missed it - On Monday, four brand new, adorable portraits were released in celebration of Princess Charlotte’s first birthday.
In the cute snaps which were taken by her mum, Duchess Catherine, the mini-royal can be seen pottering around the house and gardens of her Norfolk home, climbing over furniture and playing with toys.
The pint-sized princess donned two ridiculously cute outfits for the photos. First, a blue dress which was paired with a matching bow and cream cashmere cardigan, and second, a pink, collard floral tunic.
Most items of clothing worn by the royal family tend to sell out as soon as they are spotted, so to help you get your hands on the little cherub’s outfits, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know!
Charlotte’s little blue, frill necked dress was made by Spanish label m&h – a brand which has actually been worn by Wills and Kate’s daughter in the past.
The baby wear brand has stores in Valancia, Madrid and Valladolid, but the garments will also soon be available for purchase online when the site launches.
Shoppers can expect to pay around $44 for the dress alone, but if you were looking to match the royal’s accessories, you should also set aside $122 for the cashmere cardigan from Olivier Baby.
Other accessories worn by the daughter of Prince William include a blue and pink bow, each worth $4.80, and the blue and pink tights worn by the princess can also be found for $21, all at Amaia Kids.
Princess Charlotte turns one on the 2nd of May and despite William and Kate’s efforts to keep celebrations low-key, the rest of world is going ga-ga when it comes to gifts.
The most eye-popping offering so far is a white gold rattle studded with diamonds, rubies and sapphires worth $57,500 gifted by the Natural Sapphire Company – an astonishing present given Charlotte would likely prefer the box it came in.
The lavish gift appeared on a list released by Kensington Palace yesterday, which includes several other expensive and similarly impractical offerings, including a Bhutanese goat from the King and Queen of Bhutan, a silver rattle from the President of Mexico and a set of silk decorative figurines from the President of China.
But not all the gifts are likely to go unappreciated by Charlotte – she will likely love the cuddly “Bo” dog from President Barack Obama and teddy bears from New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.
Other countries, including Australia, went down the charitable donation route. We donated $9,900 to a remote pygmy possum sanctuary while Canada gave $100,000 to an unnamed charity.
This article originally appeared on the Australian Women's Weekly.
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