Published: Thu, April 26, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Princess Charlotte and Royal Baby 3 Are Bonding

Princess Charlotte and Royal Baby 3 Are Bonding

With a skip and a wave, little Princess Charlotte nearly stole the show as she and her brother, Prince George, arrived to meet their baby brother for the first time yesterday.

So it's no surprise the floral smock she wore to meet the newborn prince has already sold out online. The SS18 Little Larks collection compliments Irish complexions perfectly, with classic styles including Peter Pan collars and puff sleeves making for the flawless party dress, whatever the occasion, be it a family Communion or Confirmation, birthday parties or just for a girly day out.

The frock, designed by Little Alice London, costs between $73 - $83. Prince George and Princess Charlotte who are both attending school are still in their uniforms.

Princess Charlotte stole the show. Like mother, like daughter.

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney and his wife, Lynne Cheney, will attend as well, according to a source close to the family. Hundreds of people lined both sides of the street near the campus as the funeral procession passed on a gray, cloudy day.

But another day has passed in the United Kingdom and there is still no word, breaking a tradition for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte's names being revealed two days after their births. Meanwhile, her brother was too shy to greet the crowd. Her hair perfectly blow-dried, the mum-of-three wore a Jenny Packham dress just as she did following the births of George and Charlotte, but this time there was an obvious nod to Princess Diana, who sported a red dress with a white collar when she left the hospital with Prince Harry in 1984.

The birth of the latest royal is a special one for a number of reasons.

Up until 2013, the birth of a male would always trump an older female sibling for a spot in the succession to the British throne.

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