The significance behind the outfits in that royal family portrait

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  • To celebrate Prince Charles’ 70th birthday this year, Kensington Palace has released a sweet family shot of the Prince of Wales surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

    The shot includes Prince Charles and Camilla, Harry and Meghan, William and Kate, as well as their children Louis, Charlotte and George, and was taken by photographer Chris Jackson Getty in the garden of Clarence House.

    But whilst you were distracted by Prince George’s cheeky antics, you might not have noticed the significance behind some of the outfits.

    First off, everyone wore blue, a bit like when they matched the Queen’s outfit during Trooping The Colour, which shows unity and trust as a family.

    The Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cornwall, which shows positivity too, like they are all embracing this new chapter in the royal family history.

    Princess Charlotte also wore the same Pepa & Co dress she wore at Trooping the Colour, a clear sign that her mother is teaching her about sustainability by wearing outfits more than once.

    And finally, little Prince Louis a La Coqueta romper which is very similar to one that Prince William wore in a picture with Princess Diana over thirty years go.

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