The royal children of the United Kingdom are ‘traditional and sweet,’ but the royal children of other European countries have a ‘perfect’ look.
As future kings, ROYAL children represent the country, therefore their clothing and style must be appropriate, attractive, and fashionable.
Royal children all over Europe like to imitate their parents’ style, and in some cases, they are even more trendy than their parents. Who, on the other hand, is the most well-dressed? “The children in the Royal Families are very much a symbol of new beginnings and hope across Europe,” Miranda Holder, a TV and celebrity fashion expert, explained.
“Most of them are used to being in the spotlight and grew up with ‘royal obligations’ engrained in their lives.”
“It is critical for the royal dynasties’ public image that the children not only seem clean and attractive, but also represent the essence – or brand – of the family in issue.”
“Without exception, all the royal children are’mini- me’s’ of their parents, and despite the fact that they are all very nicely dressed, the subtle cultural and personal differences shine through,” she concluded.
“Colour is a crucial component since it has a lot of symbolic value.
“Consider how many times Meghan Markle has donned white, the color of innocence, purity, and peace.
“And different families prefer different color palettes depending on how they want to be represented,” Miranda noted.
According to the expert, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the United Kingdom “mirror the trends of their parents.”
“Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are one of royalty’s most conservative couples,” the fashion expert added. “Their dress reflects the gloomy weight of the duty and obligations that will one day be theirs.”
“Prince George and Princess Charlotte are the epitome of innocence, frequently seen in traditional and classic clothing that many would consider antiquated.
“They appear sweet and pure, with Charlotte matching mummy in a similarly-shaped formal coat on public occasions, and George looking every inch the young royal in timeless blue shirts and shorts combinations, often accessorized with a blue cardigan, or occasionally in a country-style checked shirt that would look very at home on a shoot in the grounds of their Scottish retreat Balmoral.”
Miranda observed, “Both children wear a lot of royal blue.”
“We very rarely see photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’ children,” she remarked of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children.
“Brinkwire Summary News” says, “Archie and Lilibet are both well-protected from the public spotlight, and Harry and Meghan value their children’s privacy.”