Princess Charlotte re-wears a £ 140 Amaia cloak when she arrives at the first engagement

Following in her mother’s footsteps! Princess Charlotte re-wears her £ 140 navy coat to Amaia when she arrives at Cardiff Castle for her first engagement.

  • Princess Charlotte, 7, was adorable in her £ 140 Amaia navy cloak during her first engagement at Cardiff Castle.
  • The seven-year-old had previously worn the cloak to attend Prince Philip’s memorial service in March
  • A small royal was joined by her parents, the Duke, 39, and Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and brother Prince George, 8.
  • The family is to meet performers and a crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

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Princess Charlotte proved she was following in her mother’s footsteps today as she returned her £ 140 Amaia navy cloak when she arrived at Cardiff Castle for her first royal engagement.

The seven-year-old joined his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridgeas well as her brother Prince Georgeeight, for the visit to Wales earlier this afternoon.

The little king was wearing a navy blue button-down dress by Amaia London, which she had worn before Prince Philip‘the memorial service in March of this year.

It is described to have a fitted shape and is a warm, easy-to-wear coat for children.

Charlotte looked casual and chic as she paired it with white ankle socks and gray Mary Jane shoes.

Princess Charlotte proved she was following in her mother’s footsteps today as she brought back her £ 140 Amaia navy cloak when she arrived at Cardiff Castle for her first royal engagement.

The little royalty wore a navy blue button-down dress by Amaia London, which she had previously worn to Prince Philip's memorial service in March of this year.

The little royalty wore a navy blue button-down dress by Amaia London, which she had previously worn to Prince Philip's memorial service in March of this year.

The little royalty wore a navy blue button-down dress by Amaia London, which she had previously worn to Prince Philip’s memorial service in March of this year.

The family met performers and a crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place within the grounds of the castle, including Bonnie Tyler and Owain Wynn Evans.

William and Kate seemed to be urging their timid children to shake hands and introduce themselves to dignitaries when they arrived in the Welsh capital. It is probably George and Charlotte’s first official royal visit

The Cambridge and their children will later be introduced to a number of West End performers, Rubicon Dance Company and the Welsh Youth Choir for Good.

Missing was Prince Louis, who stole the show when he appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with his family and the Queen after the Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday.

The family appeared as detached as usual when they arrived in Cardiff ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Wales.

The family appeared as detached as usual when they arrived in Cardiff ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Wales.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

The family met performers and a crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place within the grounds of the castle, including Bonnie Tyler and Owain Wynn Evans.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

The Cambridges took the time to greet royal fans as they arrived in Cardiff for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The Cambridges took the time to greet royal fans as they arrived in Cardiff for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The visit is one of several members of the royal household who are making their way across the UK to mark the Jubilee. While the Cambridges were visiting Cardiff, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex arrived in Northern Ireland.

Harry and Meghan, on the other hand, are expected to be away from jubilee celebrations today as they celebrate daughter Lilibet’s first birthday in Windsor and continue to keep a low profile.

According to Omid Scobie, they will mark the birthday “together privately as a family”. The Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla and the Cambridge children all wished Lilibet a happy birthday with her social media accounts.

Later, William and his father Prince Charles will take the stage in front of a crowd of 22,000 to pay tribute to the Queen during a starry Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace.

Princess Charlotte previously wore the £ 140 smart coat for her beloved great-grandfather's memorial service in March (pictured)

Princess Charlotte previously wore the £ 140 smart coat for her beloved great-grandfather’s memorial service in March (pictured)

The father and son – both future kings – will speak separately in honor of the monarch at the end of the Outdoor Celebration at the BBC Palace show, on the third evening of the four-day Jubilee celebration.

Although the event didn’t start until the 20th, royal fans started arriving at The Mall from the 8th to get the best spot.

It is unlikely that the queen will attend the concert, but confirmation of some moves will be released later today. She will also not be attending today’s Epsom Derby Day, but is expected to be glued to the television, watching Windsor’s developments. Princess Anne will appear in her place.

Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edward were pictured leaving the private member’s club Maison Estelle at 1 p.m. last night.

The Met Office warned of thunder and heavy rain this morning – but a second round of storms will miss concertgoers at the Palace Party.

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