Princess Charlotte could soon overtake her big brother George and steal the royal spotlight, according to one expert.
George stole the hearts of millions of Royal fans when he was born in July 2013.
So much so that many parents even started dressing their kids in the same outfits as the future King, Good to Know reported.
Many of the prince's early outfits sold out so quickly in shops that parents were left fuming that they couldn’t get involved in the trend.
But one Royal commentator thinks that Charlotte might soon steal the mantle as the best dressed royal tot.
Former Daily Mirror royal correspondent Victoria Murphy has recently explained to ITV’s Susanna Reid exactly why this will be the case.
She said: “You’ve got the little boy thing, which is cute for a while, and then it’s just going to get to the point where he’s just wearing jeans”.
She added: “I don’t imagine anyone talking about what a 16-year-old boy is wearing.”
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Referring to Charlotte, she said: “People talk about clothes that George wears selling out, the little tank top that he wore in his Christmas pictures sold out instantly.
“I think with a girl there’s no doubt that we’re going to see that tenfold: “I mean no one talks about what William’s wearing do they, but everyone talks about what Kate is wearing.
“So I think that both now, and certainly as she gets older when she becomes a teenager, once she starts to do official engagements, people are gonna be really interested.”
Princess Charlotte is fourth in line to the throne, behind her brother Prince George, her father Prince William, and her grandfather Prince Charles.
Her younger brother Prince Louis is fifth in line, followed by Charlotte's uncle, Prince Harry, and her cousin Archie.
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