This afternoon a new photograph with Prince George started making the rounds online.
The Daily Mail’s Rebecca English also offered insight, again via Twitter:
To the best of everyone’s knowledge, there are no plans to release the photograph. Royal photographer Mark Stewart (aka RegalEyes on Twitter) noted that new family photos are often seen on royal Christmas cards. Perhaps we shall see a new picture of Prince George before the end of the year.
Moving now to what George wore in the new (to us) photograph, we begin with his sweater, it is by a British brand, Powell Craft.
The company has been around more than 50 years; they started doing business in 1962, selling wooden toys. Since then Powell Craft has expanded into children swear and infant clothing, nursery accessories, dolls and other items across a broad range of categories.
We show George’s sweater at ChildrenSalon. It is 100% cotton, with two front pockets accented with ivory tipping, that trim is also seen on the collar and the sweater’s hem. More from the product description:
It is perfect for wearing over tops and babygrows and is thick enough to be worn as a light pram coat.
The description notes the sweater runs large, also indicating it is machine washable. It sells for $34.47 at the ChildrenSalon US website. ChildrenSalon carries a broad range of Powell Craft, including sweaters, dresses, rompers, accessories and much more. Today’s Tip of the Tiara goes to the whiz kids at Prince George Pieces for their ID on the sweater.
As best we could tell, His Royal Highness was also wearing a pair of denim trousers, or dungarees. They appear to be a standard style without embellishment or other decor. They could well be a basic piece from Baby Gap or Trotters.
It comes as no surprise that Prince George was voted top of the list by almost four in ten voters, as his outfits often sell out mere hours after he is spotted wearing them. The adorable little prince repeatedly had fans rushing to stores to recreate his adorable and colourful outfits as he joined his parents on their royal tour of Australia and New Zealand for their own toddlers.
We will see you on the next week as we have other updates to share. Until then, may those celebrating Thanksgiving have a safe and happy holiday!