Louis debuts ivory blue La Coqueta babywear in homage to his father

More royal recycling! Charlotte shines in same dress she wore for Trooping the Colour as her brother Louis debuts ivory blue La Coqueta babywear in homage to his father 35 years ago

  • Prince Charles and his family photographed in the gardens of Clarence House
  • Six-month-old Prince Louis pictured in a fetching ivory blue La Coqueta for £72
  • Princess Charlotte, three, shined in a blue floral dress with peter pan collar
  • Prince George, five, donned his stylish moccasins worn on his first day of school 

Prince Louis has been pictured for the first time since his Royal Christening in the Royal Family’s official portrait marking Prince Charles’ 70th birthday.

The youngest royal was photographed debuting a fetching ivory blue La Coqueta Carlina Boy Ceremony Set with hand stitched detailing, at a cost of £72.   

The six-month-old tot’s outfit pays homage to his father William’s in a similar snap taken in 1983, where he was dressed in a blue and white smocked romper suit.


The youngest royal was photographed debuting a fetching ivory blue La Coqueta Carlina Boy Ceremony Set with hand stitched detailing costing £72. The six-month-old tot has been likened to his father William in a similar snap taken in 1983

Doting mother Kate, 36, can be seen smiling ear to ear in the touching portrait that echoes Diana holding her eldest son in Kensington Palace some 35 years ago.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been known to dress her eldest, five, in hand-me-downs and replicas from William’s early age wardrobe.

Meanwhile Princess Charlotte shined in a blue floral dress with peter pan collar which appeared to be the same number he wore on the palace balcony during the Trooping The Colour this year.

Princess Charlotte shined in a blue floral dress with peter pan collar which appeared to be the same number he wore on the palace balcony during the Trooping The Colour this year

Charlotte, three, sported a sheepish grin as she sat next to the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, 71, who took centre stage in the family photo arrangement.

Eldest of the brood, Prince George cut an adorable figure in Amaia while sat on Charles’s knee. Wearing a long-sleeved stripped white shirt, the prince looked every inch the royal with his mop of blonde hair swept to the side. 

Eagle-eyed fashion fans will also recognise his dapper black shoes worn on his first day at £3,000-a-term Thomas’s Battersea school in London.


Eldest of the brood, Prince George cut an adorable figure sat on Charles’s – known as Grandpa Wales – knee. Wearing a long-sleeved stripped white shirt, the prince looked every inch the royal with his mop of blonde hair swept to the side

Royal watchers tracked down George’s stylish footwear – believed to be a £38.95 moccasin style shoe from Spanish retailer Pisamonas. 

Royal fashion blog What Kate’s Kids Wore contacted the brand on social media to ask if they were the makers behind the future king’s footwear.

Pisamonas UK replied: ‘Based on recent orders, we think it may be the case, yes.’

The £38.95 leather pair come in black and blue colourways and are described by Pisamonas as ‘classic and elegant moccasins, premium quality and easy to combine’.

Doting mother Kate, 36, can be seen smiling ear to ear in the touching portrait that echoes Diana holding her eldest son in Kensington Palace some 35 years ago

Charles is pictured formally in a pin-striped suit, sky-blue tie and loafers, yet looks at home with his family around him.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, in a £1,750 polka dot midi dress by London designer Alessandra Rich, is holding Prince Louis who offers an adorable chubby-cheeked smile.

The Duchess of Cornwall, 71, sitting hip-to-hip with her husband, is wearing a cream crepe day dress by Fiona Clare, adorned with two Van Cleef & Arpels’ Libellule dragonfly brooches, one with diamonds and the other sapphires, which Charles bought her as a gift.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, wearing a cream sleeveless Givenchy dress, would have been barely eight weeks’ pregnant. 

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