It looks like the newborn prince is already reaping the rewards of having two adorable siblings! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge debuted their third baby on the Lindo Wings steps on Monday (April 23), and the little boy was wearing a familiar outfit. The white shawl he was swaddled in is believed to be a hand-me-down from his siblings Prince George, 4, andPrincess Charlotte, 2.
The ornate blanket, which can be spotted in Charlotte and George's own photos the day of their births, was lovingly made by GH Hurt and Sons in Nottinghamshire. The company was chosen by the beaming royal couple especially for their now 4-year-old son's birth, and the design has since been passed down to their two following children.
About being chosen to outfit baby Prince George, a spokeswoman for the company said: "We're working incredibly hard. It's taken us by surprise because we're a small family firm of less than 20 employees." And following the birth of Charlotte, they also said: "We at G H Hurt and Son were thrilled and delighted to see TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerge from St Mary's Hospital, with their new daughter Princess Charlotte, wrapped in one of our Elegant Soft Wool Baby Shawls."
The baby also donned a sweet little white hat, not unlike his sister after her birth two years ago, to protect his head from getting cold. Though we don't currently know where his cap was from, Princess Charlotte's bonnet, booties and knitted outfit are confirmed to have been made by Spanish baby store Irulea and gifted to her by Maria Teresa Turin Barrallo, the couple's nanny.