Mini Me! Princess Charlotte twins with her mother in a matching Alexander McQueen dress for her grandfather's coronation
King Charles III and Queen Camilla have been crowned in a historic ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Saturday in a religious and formal service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Princess Charlotte arrived at the Abbey with her parents, The Prince and Princess of Wales, and her younger brother, Prince Louis.
Her older brother, Prince George was one of the King's page boys.
As they walked down the Nave of the Abbey, the family followed the King and Queen in a procession, with Charlotte holding hands with her younger brother Louis for support.
For this momentous occasion, Princess Charlotte twinned with her mother in a bespoke ivory Alexander McQueen silk crepe cape dress.
Just like her mum's, the thread work embroidery featured the English rose, Scottish thistle, Welsh daffodil and Irish shamrock to represent each of the four nations of the United Kingdom.
Here's a look at the back of the two-tier cape.
Princess Charlotte also wore a mini-me floral headpiece like that worn by the Princess of Wales. The 3-dimensional leaf embroidery headband, made of silver bullion, crystals and silver threadwork is a collaboration between milliner Jess Collett and the Alexander McQueen fashion house.
In the photo below, we see Charlotte wearing a seed pearl bracelet with a gold clasp. Its provenance is unknown.
Finishing off her coronation look were a pair of Papouelli 'Siena' Mary-Jane shoes in cream leather (£83+). ID by Found By Bojana.
After the Coronation Service held at Westminster Abbey, the newly crowned King and Queen rode back to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach. They were followed by members of the royal family, including the Wales family, who traveled in the Australian State Coach.
Princess Charlotte joined the King and Queen, and her family on the Buckingham Palace balcony to view the military Flypast and conclude the day’s ceremonial events.