The royal baby is already a trend-setter
Prince George's first outfit sells out in the U.K.
Looks like brand-new baby Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge has inherited his mother’s “Kate Middleton Effect,” of creating an online shopping madhouse for anything he wears.
The royal baby, who is just a few days old, is already a trend-setter-in-training, thanks to his mamma’s fashion choices.
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According to the Telegraph, in his first public appearance, he wore a 100 percent cotton muslin swaddle from brand aden + anais, and the mini-garb has already sold out in the U.K. “We are truly grateful and so delighted that the couple chose to debut the prince in aden + anais. It is such an honor,” said aden + anais founder Raegan Moya-Jones. (Word on the street is that although the blanket is sold out in the U.K., it’s still available in the U.S.)
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But wait, there’s more. The baby actually wore two outfits during his debut, the second being a merino wool shawl designed by G.H. Hurt and Co., which is apparently still available as well.
Tell us: Would you buy the outfits in which the royal prince made his debut?
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answer to Nancy,
I don't see where from my comment you think I am angry... I am a very practical person and confident in myself and my choices that I don't feel I need to emulate someone else to be vain or trendy.
I was not a Lady Di fan, I had a different opinion of her than most, but I have been so interested in Princess Kate and baby Prince George this past month.
It has been an interesting bright spot in our dismal world in this country that is being wrecked by congress and trashed by big business.
Most of us who have had a baby born in our family can relate to the ups and downs the couple have experienced.
It was a lot more interesting than watching the 'same old, same old' of our government. Sometimes it seems as if Boehner and Obama could just do a replay of the the first disagreement they had over the budget because nothing happens that is new or that changes anything.. It is sadly ridiculous.
Amen to the comment that William cannot help who is grandmother and or the priviledges he was born to anymore then his new little boy.
William and his younger brother are hard working young men and do not go
out and seek the spot light. Clearly, if William had his way he would live in
the country side and continue his passion flying helicopters and where he saves
He and his wife cannot help if people are going ga, ga and goo, goo over their baby.
Why venerate the "royal family" whose lineage is connected to atrocities committed by the British Empire in their colonies in Africa, Asia, Middle East, South America, well everywhere. For one, imagine waves upon waves of pervert British pedophiles feasting on children in these colonies year after year after year... The British never apologized for these horrific crimes against humanity. I have not even mentioned the many massacres, pillaging... etc., etc., etc.
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