Prince George is adorable in blue outfit as he arrives at Lindo Wing

Prince George looked adorable in a blue outfit as he arrived at the Lindo Wing to meet his little sister.


Hearts melted around the world as Prince George arrived at the Lindo Wing with his dad Prince William to meet his little sister. The adorable little boy looked smart in an all-blue ensemble as he headed into the hospital to see his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton and the newest member of the royal family.

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Prince George gave royal fans a wave as he arrived at the Lindo Wing with Prince William

For the special occasion George wore a long-sleeved knitted Sous Marin cardigan, £40, from luxury kidswear brand Amaia Kids, which featured a round neckline and buttons down the front. The jumper is available in three colours, and the little royal was sporting the navy blue version, which almost matched the blue jumper that his father was wearing. The Prince also wore a pair of blue knee-high socks from the same brand, teamed with navy blue leather buckle shoes from Start-rite.

It's not the first time that George has worn shoes from the label.

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The little royal looked adorable in an all-blue ensemble

Back in December 2014 the little toddler sparked a huge spike in sales for the brand after he was spotted wearing the brand's shoes in a set of new official photos.

"We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess have selected Start-rite shoes for Prince George," said company chairman Peter Lamble at the time. "It's a great morale boost for the staff here in Norwich – and, of course, there is a commercial opportunity which could come from it as well."

It comes as no surprise that the future King has been making waves with his colourful outfit. He has already featured on a list of the best-dressed men of 2015 despite being just under two years old, and, following in his mother's footsteps, as soon as his outfits are identified they fly off the shelves, selling out in minutes.  

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