Pippa Middleton buys outfit for niece Princess Charlotte

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Pippa Middleton is already spoiling her six-week-old niece Princess Charlotte. The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge visited a clothes store in Chelsea to pick up some bits for the newborn baby recently.

According to People magazine, the 31-year-old stopped off at Amaia Kids, one of Kate's favourite children's wear boutiques.



Pippa is already spoiling new newborn niece

Pippa reportedly picked up a Libery print pink top with matching bloomers and cardigan. She also bought a blouse with a frilly collar.

Speaking to the sales assistant, Pippa revealed that she hadn't been to buy her niece clothes sooner because Kate and Prince William didn't know whether they were expecting a boy or a girl.

Kate has been shopping at Amaia Kids ever since Prince George was born.


The first official portrait of Princess Charlotte

When the 21-month-old arrived at the Lindo Wing to meet his new baby sister, he wore a blue cardigan by the brand that sold out within hours online.

Speaking to HELLO! Online, Amaia Arrieta and Segolene Tresca, the owners of Amaia Kids said: "Like the rest of the nation, we were glued to the TV screens on Saturday waiting to see a glimpse of Princess Charlotte and indeed her brother, Prince George, visiting her for the first time.

"We were commenting on how adorable Prince George looked and how his outfit complemented Prince William’s so perfectly, when we caught site of Prince George’s sweater and realised that it was indeed one of ours! And then we looked down to his feet and saw he was also wearing our socks too!

"This made an already special day even more special for us, particularly since Prince George won us all over with his adorable wave to the well-wishers outside the hospital. We feel so honoured that the royal couple picked some of our pieces for Prince George to wear on such a special day!"

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