Prince George continues to set fashion trends and rock public events as royal ‘style icon

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PRINCE GEORGE, who turned eight in July, has already grown a style icon with his every choice of clothing becoming an overnight fashion trend.

The entire nation went crazy when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge issued the Christmas portrait of Prince George, rocking his trademark side-parting and cheeky grin.

Much like his mother, whenever Prince George makes a public appearance his style choices often sell out within minutes on retailer websites in what has been dubbed the ‘Prince George effect’.

Interestingly, he was ranked number 49 on GQ’s “50 Best Dressed Men in Britain” list in 2015 and has also appeared on Tatler’s best-dressed list.

Prince George

‘Style icon’ Prince George continues to keep the fashion trends high (Image: Getty Images)

Prince George

‘Style icon’ Prince George continues to keep the fashion trends high (Image: Getty Images)

When he was nine months old, the little royal accompanied his parents on their royal tour of New Zealand and Australia in 2014.

Wearing a smocked sailboat romper by the children’s brand Annafie, his sunshine-appropriate one-piece was paired with white socks and a pair of cream T-bar shoes.

Even though he appeared only twice during the tour, it was enough for the BBC to dub him ‘the star of the show’.

In 2019, an official photograph released with Queen Elizabeth saw Prince George wearing a coordinated navy blazer and long trousers for the traditional Christmas day walk to church in Sandringham, as well as smart gingham pants (from Trotters).

Prince George

Interestingly, he was ranked number 49 on GQ’s “50 Best Dressed Men in Britain” list in 2015 and has (Image: Getty Images)

Apart from creating a stir with his dressing sense, the eight-year-old boy is also a photographer’s delight.

George is known for pulling cheeky expressions in public and his dad William has commented on his son’s personality in the past.

The Duke told CNN how George is “a little bit of a rascal, I’ll put it that way.”

The future monarch continued: “He either reminds me of my brother or me when I was younger, I’m not sure, but he’s doing very well at the moment.”

Prince George

Style icon’ Prince George continues to keep the fashion trends high (Image: Getty Images)

Prince George

Style icon’ Prince George continues to keep the fashion trends high (Image: Getty Images)

Prince William previously spoke of George’s love for dancing.

At BBC Radio 1’s Teen Awards, he told how the young royal loves to dance: “George is doing dancing as well, he loves it.

“And my mother always used to dance, she loved dancing.

“And if it’s something you love, you do what you love. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.”

His bubbly personality is also reflected in the way he calls the Queen with a unique nickname.

Speaking in a TV interview for the Queen’s 90th birthday, mum Kate said: “George is only two-and-a-half and he calls her ‘Gan-Gan’”.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

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