Princess Charlotte spent the weekend celebrating her great-great-grandmother's Platinum Jubilee, and she did it in an array of chic ensembles - including a white summer coat by brand Amaia.
- The £130 ($163) ivory coat the 7-year-old royal wore on Sunday had large buttons down the front.
- The fitted summer coat is available from kids clothing brand Amaia, and is a favourite among the royals.
- In more royals news, these are the 10 best moments from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this weekend.
The royal fashion during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend has been a whirlwind with Kate Middleton wowing crowds in a sunny yellow monochrome dress and hat and the Queen pairing a bright green dress with this bow brooch which has a long family history.
And with her blue floaty dress and red sparkly cardigan Princess Charlotte is definitely keeping royal fans on their toes with her fashion sense too. However, it was a choice of coat at yesterday's festivities that impressed fans - especially as the ivory coat is still in stock.
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Princess Charlotte wore the Amaia Kids coat as she joined the Queen on the Buckingham Palace balcony and while she watched the final night of festivities.
The double-breasted fitted coat, called the Razorbill summer coat, made from 100 per cent cotton and costs £140, is still available in most sizes on the Amaia kids (opens in new tab) website.
Fans are used to the fashion worn by the royals selling out, with Kate Middleton's dresses normally flying off the shelves moments after she's seen in them. While other outfits Princess Charlotte and her brothers have worn are normally a sell-out too. But this coat is still in stock, however, we doubt it will be for long.
Kate Middleton is a big fan of childrenswear label Amaia Kids, with the Duchess using the brand to dress her children - even for basics such as socks and tights.
Princess Eugenie dressed her page boys and bridesmaid, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in Amaia Kids for her 2018 wedding, while the royal children have since been seen in their clothes for parties and royal occasions.
Owner Amaia Arrieta told PEOPLE magazine (opens in new tab) back in 2018 about how the royal seal of approval has helped them, “It’s put us on the map. We are a very small shop in Chelsea, but now many people around the world know us.”
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