Princess Charlotte took over the Internet when her first solo portraits were released by Kensington Palace.
She looked quite fashionable in a Liberty print dress and pick cardigan for the photos which were taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, earlier this year at Anmer Hall, the royal family’s country home in eastern England.
Princess Charlotte also seems to be following the fashion ideas of her mother, who is known for her love of high street designs.
According to Hello! Online, the dress is from Spanish retailer, m&h, and is thought to have been a gift from Princess Charlotte and Prince George’s Spanish nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
The website added that there is an m&h store in Valladolid, where Turrion is from in southwestern Spain, raising the possibility that the nanny purchased the dress.
“Each piece of m&h clothing is made by hand, using fabric from Spain,” Hello! wrote.
Margarita Pato Cid, owner of m&h, told Hello! that she only makes a few pieces of each item sold, making the princess’ dress “almost one-of-a-kind.” She also said that a lot of her merchandise is brought for children in London.
“A lot of people ask why I don’t open a store in London,” she told Hello!.
This is not the first time the 6-month-old princess has worn a Spanish designer.
According to Hello!, Charlotte wore a hat by Spanish designer Irulea that Turrion had bought when she left the hospital in May.
The new photos of Princess Charlotte were released Sunday by Kensington Palace. They were released to thank well-wishers for all the "warm messages about Princess Charlotte" the family has received.
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born May 2 and is fourth in to the British throne after Prince Charles, her father Prince William and her 2-year-old brother, Prince George.