Prince George Dons Same Romper Prince William Wore in 1984

by , 06/15/15   filed under: Eco-Celebrities

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Even royalty isn’t above hand-me-downs. Chubby-cheeked Prince George attended great-granny Queen Elizabeth’s birthday parade in London on Saturday wearing a cream-frilled blue romper—the very same one the 23-month-old’s father, Prince William, wore at his Buckingham Palace balcony debut more than 30 years ago. This isn’t the first secondhand outfit we’ve spotted on the third in line to the throne. In 2013, George donned a gently used replica of a 174-year-old baptismal gown that clad more than 300 blue-blooded babies—including George’s forebears Prince William, Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, and King George VI—until it became too fragile to wear.

[Via CBS News]

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