Prince George scores spot on best-dressed list becoming youngest person to ever do so
Prince George shares the list with style icons such as great-grandma Queen Elizabeth, mom Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle
At just five years old, you don't really expect one to attain the peak of fashion, but that's not the case with Prince George. Known for his hilarious side eyes, the firstborn of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is serving some serious looks in terms of fashion too. The prince is taking after his mother Kate Middleton in setting fashion trends and has now featured as a style icon in the latest edition of a fashion magazine.
George features prominenty on the list of fashion icons in the upcoming September issue of the magazine Tatler. The prince shares the list with his own great-grandmother The Queen of England and stars such as Amal Clooney, Stella McCartney, Lilly James and Harry Styles. The publication believes that Prince George “flies the flag for Christopher Robin Chic”.
It is no secret that the prince's outfits have already inspired several brands to recreate his go-to looks, and it's quite the legitimate reason indeed. After the prince sported Peter Pan collar shirts, knitted jumpers, chino shorts and knee-high socks, the garmets instantly flew off the shelves. As for brands that the Duchess chooses to clad her eldest in, Rachel Riley, Pepa & Co, and also John Lewis make it to the list.
The prince's mother Kate Middleton who also indulgences in high-end brands like Cath Kidston and The Little White Company, has herself scored a spot on the list of fashion royalty, as judged by Tatler. Known for bringing back her most fashionable dresses every now and then, the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle also bagged a spot on the list for her unique choices in reinventing royal fashion ever since joining the royal family.
“Prince Harry's Californian bride blew us away with her Givenchy wedding dress and has redefined modern royal style with every subsequent appearance," Tatler wrote about the former Suits actress.
Another royal that joined the list with Prince George, Kate, Meghan, and the Queen, was Camilla Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall, along with Prince Harry’s cousin Lady Amelia Windsor. But, of course, their achievement are dwarfed by five-year-old Prince George.