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We’re often wowed by the royals’ incredible frocks and finery, but it’s their children who really steal the show.
From the superyachts of Monaco to horse trials here in the UK, the future kings and queens of Europe and their well-heeled cousins have developed very different styles to match their contrasting lifestyles.
Here are the distinct style tribes to which they belong…
The classic kids
Sassy Princess Charlotte, five, has always loved a twee smock dress. She even has a fashion following of her own and is setting style trends faster than her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge.
A report by Brand Finance revealed that thanks to her influence, the princess was worth almost £4 billion – more than any of her family –at just one year old!
Her older brother Prince George, seven, sported shorts until two years ago (a rather old-fashioned tradition usually observed up to a boy’s eighth birthday).
Along with their younger brother Prince Louis, two, the siblings wear classic labels such as John Lewis, Cath Kidston, Trotters, Rachel Riley and a few spanish brands like Amaia Kids – possibly inspired by their Spanish nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
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Princes Alexander and Gabriel of Sweden live in a private house – not a palace – and they won’t be working royals when they’re older, which means the boys (aged four and three) have more freewill with regards to their futures.
Their timeless outfits include neat shirts, sweaters, summer shorts and adorable matching shoes.
The classy kids
Twins Vincent and Josephine of Denmark are the spitting image of their parents Frederik, Crown Prince and Mary, Crown Princess.
In their official birthday photograph, the inseparable pair, 10, look so mature in their clean-cut clothes.
Christian, 15, and Isabella, 13, have an equally chic wardrobe and set an example to their siblings on the red carpet.
Princesses Leonor, 15, and Sofia, 13, follow in the footsteps of their fashionable mum, Queen Letizia of Spain.
The sisters, who are known to raid each other’s wardrobes, often look flawless in matching tailored dresses, and appear to favour simple bold colour block clothes and pumps over busier patterns.
Despite their refined appearance, they shop at Spanish high street stores Zara, Mango and Massimo Dutti and are quite the style influencers – a Stradivarius gingham summer dress Sofia once wore was a complete sell-out.
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The cool kids
Blonde hair and blue eyes make Swedish siblings Leonore and Nicolas two of the cutest royals around. The sweet pair, aged six and five, are the apple of their parents’ eye.
They’re often seen in crisp pastels and love a playful look away from the spotlight. Mum, Princess Madeleine, has even dressed Nicolas in clothing from Crown Princess of Greece Marie-Chantal’s luxury kidswear line.
Designer sunglasses are a key accessory for Gabriella and Jacques of Monaco.
Their parents, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert, spend thousands on designer ensembles for the six-year-old charismatic twins, who outshine the adults with their impeccable style at public events.
Last month, Gabriella turned heads with her little Lady Dior bag worth £2,800!
The casual kids
Tomboys Savannah, 10, and Isla Phillips, eight – and their cousin Mia Tindall, seven – dress down in day-to-day life.
Mums Autumn Phillips and Zara Tindall are passionate equestrians and so the kids are kept comfy in practical ensembles, ideal for hanging out at the horse trials where roly-polies on the grass and sweet treats are the order of the day.
You’ll find many of their outfits at H&M, Joules and Converse.
Lady Louise Windsor, 17, is most at home in her jodhpurs or a pair of jeans. The teen daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex shares a love of horse with her grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen, sporting a top hat and hacking jacket when carriage driving.
Off the saddle, Lady Louise was spotted last year litter picking with her family wearing comfy jeans and a padded gilet.
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The coordinated kids
Estelle and Oscar of Sweden look so sophisticated in neutral beige, grey and bright whites – let’s hope they’re not too messy!
The pair wear the cutest mini-me outfits to match with their mum and dad at royal events.
Despite looking cheery here, Oscar, four, is famous for his frown, but doting sister Estelle, eight, makes him smile from ear to ear.
Dutch princesses Amalia, Alexia and Ariane love to ride horses, play hockey and practise piano, too.
The girls have dressed in cute coordinating outfits from childhood and now as teens (17, 15 and 13) they are developing their own styles, just like mum Queen Maxima.
The girls look so down-to-earth in their smart casual clothes. We'd love to pinch a few items from their wardrobes!
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