The Royal Tour is underway! The Cambridge family touched down at a military base in Victoria, British Columbia at approximately 4 pm local time to embark on a eight day visit of Canada.
It is the first official royal tour for Princess Charlotte, 16 months, and the second for Prince George, three, who accompanied his parents to Australia and New Zealand in 2014. The family of four were greeted by Governor General David Johnston, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and their wives.
Following the brief welcome at the airport, the royal entourage made their way to Government House where they will be based for the duration of the visit. The young royals will be looked after by their nanny while their parents tour British Columbia and Yukon.
Like the rest of her family, Princess Charlotte was dressed in an all-blue ensemble.
The brand/designer of Charlotte's pretty floral print dress is unknown, but the smock detailing looks very similar to the pink dress she wore earlier this year to the Trooping the Colour balcony appearance. They are most likely from the same source.
Princess Charlotte wore the 'Mercedita Suela' Mary-Jane shoes by Spanish brand Doña Carmen.
The little Princess had on the Condor Fancy Folded Cuff socks.
Her fringe was pinned back with a grosgrain hairclip by Amaia Kids.
We can expect to see the princess and her older brother George on Thursday 29th September when the royal siblings attend a children's party for military families at Government House.
29/9/2016 10:11:28 pm
Do you have an instagram account?
3/10/2016 06:40:33 pm
Hi Alice, yes you can follow us via Instagram! Here's a link to our account: https://www.instagram.com/princesscharlottestyleorg
3/3/2017 07:10:09 am
Hi! I am about to purchase these shoes for my daughter, but have to ask, do you think the blue is the Azul Francea, or the Azulon? I saw you had them identified as the Azul Francea, which are lovely. But her shoes are so so blue in the pictures! The Azulon are a much brighter blue, I just want to be sure my daughters shoes match Charlottes if possible! Thanks for your input!
3/3/2017 12:20:57 pm
Hi Lauren, I understand your dilemma ... colour depiction based on photos can be so difficult! I recommend you contact the company for advice. They'll be able to better assist you with colour selection x
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