Entertainment Prince George matches Princess Charlotte in trainers and Boden shorts
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and showed they are following in their mother's footsteps with a love of high street fashion as they made an appearance at Sandringham yesterday.
The youngsters joined the Duke of Cambridge, 39, to help him kick off a half marathon event on's Sandringham Estate on Father's Day yesterday.
Prince George echoed his father's style, dressed in a smart pair of £30 blue chino shorts from Boden and £48 check shirt from Italian designer Il Gufo.
Meanwhile Princess Charlotte matched her brother in £40 Nike trainers and £12 blue Mini Boden shorts, completing her look with a £36 baby pink Ralph Lauren jumper.
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The princess wore her long hair in a half up-do, with the sides taken back in two plaits which combined into a small ponytail.
Princess Charlotte has often snapped in outfits from trendy yet sophisticated stores including Zara and Ralph Lauren, as well as Italian designer Nicoletta Fanna and Spanish brand Fina Ejerique.
She has regularly worn a traditional dress style in playful floral prints and striped patterns during royal outings.
And the sibling' matching Revolution 5 sneakers are described online as 'providing all the support and comfort your little one needs on the playground.'
Boden has long been a favourite for the Duchess of Cambridge, so it may come as little surprise she has been leaning towards the label for her children.
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While Charlotte's shorts featured pretty details including a heart shaped pocket, George's are described online as 'smart enough for family outings, even on the hottest days.'
Designer Rachel Riley has previously said Princess Charlotte is destined to follow in the footsteps of her mother Kate Middleton and become 'a style icon'.
The designer, who crafted Charlotte's birthday portrait dress this year, said Kate appears to be 'making bolder fashion choices' for Princess Charlotte as she matures.
Rachel told Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl: 'We look forward to seeing Princess Charlotte’s style develop as she continues to grow and mature and we have no doubt she will become as much of a style icon as her mother is.'
Meanwhile Prince George has worn shorts in all the official portraits taken to mark milestones such as his birthday or the Queen's 90th birthday.
MailOnline's etiquette William Hanson told Femail that Kate put her son exclusively in shorts as it's an aristocratic way to dress.
He claimed that shorts on young boys are, in fact, a silent British class marker and trousers are deemed 'suburban', which no self-respecting royal would want to be considered.
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