At a mere five years old, Prince George is already making a name for himself in the fashion world. Joining the likes of his mom, Duchess Kate, and his aunt, Duchess Meghan, the little royal has been pronounced one of the most fashionable people in the United Kingdom in Tatler magazine’s best-dressed list.
And it’s clear to see why! Fans of the Royal Family always admire his adorable outfits, from crisp white shirts with blue piping (think: Prince Louis’ christening) to his smart tour ensembles and the cool, collarless button-up he wore in his fourth birthday portrait. The publication has pronounced the boy’s fashion sense as “Christopher Robin chic,” as he typically emulates the popular Winnie-the-Pooh storybook’s main character. His style has evolved over time, moving away from his adorable long socks with shorts to his sweet Thomas’s Battersea school uniform.
His fashion-forward mom has always made sure to dress him in the sweetest of outfits. One of her favoured brands is Spanish line Pepa & Co., which he wore for Pippa Middleton's wedding in 2017. He's also worn British brands like Wild & Gorgeous, Cath Kidston and and Amaia Kids, to name a few.
George wasn’t without familiar company in his spot on the best-dressed roster! His mom – who is likely responsible for his good taste! – also made Tatler’s list, along with her new sister-in-law, Meghan Markle. The Queen , of course, has also made the cut for her stunning floral prints, monochrome outfits and bright, eye-catching colours. The magazine called her the “ultimate power dresser,” and we have to agree! Also in the ranks is style maven Lady Amelia Windsor, a regular fixture at fashion weeks, and the Duchess of Cornwall , who has been rocking the prettiest floral dresses all summer.
Meghan has made waves in the royal fashion world as someone who is “redefining modern royal style,” the magazine wrote. Taking after Kate, the Suits alum has been helping brands sell out the items she wears thanks to the “Meghan Effect.” Though her style has evolved a bit since becoming a royal, the duchess manages to lend her own personal flair to every ensemble.