Prince George wore a super affordable shirt in an official portrait for his fourth birthday, and the stylish number has now sold out [PA]
And the young prince is in the midst of a royal tour of Europe with mum Kate Middleton, dad Prince William and sister Princess Charlotte on his fourth birthday.
But in preparation for the national celebration, the tot (who recently had an oh-so-relatable tantrum after a flight) posed for an official birthday snap.
Prince George’s official birthday portrait was released by Kensington Palace yesterday and it showed the happy boy laughing in front of a dark grey screen.
And while everyone couldn’t get over how ridiculously cute the soon-to-be schoolboy is, it was also George’s outfit that caught everyone’s eye.
Prince George wore this shirt from Amaia Kids in his official birthday portrait causing a sell out [Amaia Kids]
Prince George wore a collarless blue and white striped shirt in the snap, and looked the perfect little gent.
The collarless design is proving increasingly popular among kids clothing brands, showing just how on trend the royals are, as always.
And those who love to copy Prince George’s adorable style were happy to find out the number was from one of Kate’s favourite children’s clothing brands that’s actually really affordable.
The number is from family favourite Amaia Kids, and the design is the Pereprine shirt in a shade aptly named royal blue.
This shirt Prince George wore earlier this week also sold out [Getty]
On sale from £42 to £21, the shirt has now naturally sold out.
And it’s not the first time the tot’s outfit has had people rushing to copy his look.
Earlier this week, a checked shirt he wore while visiting Poland had the same effect.
Fans of the clothing item got really excited after finding the smart number from Spanish brand Tizzas on El Corte Ingles’ website, but it sold out just 24 hours after he wore it for his arrival into Warsaw.