Prince George looked adorable in the latest royal Christmas family picture with his light blue sweater and blue shorts. Reports have revealed that the royal prince’s blue ensemble was from Spanish designers.

The royal toddler has taken a leaf out of his sister Princess Charlotte’s fashion style and has worn clothing pieces from two Spanish children’s line for a photo shoot. According to People magazine, Prince George’s pale blue Fair Isle knitted sweater was from Fina Ejerique’s children’s wear, a luxury Spanish line. The blue cotton shorts the royal toddler wore was also from a Spanish-based brand, Mayoral, while Prince George’s dark blue socks was from Amaia.

Spanish designer Ejerique told People magazine that they were “so glad” to discover that the royal prince has worn one of their designs. "It was a total surprise to see Prince George in our jumper,” Enrique said.

The designer also shared that they don’t have any idea where the blue sweater may have been purchased since the brand sells their clothing line through wholesale transactions. The cute blue top also comes in brown and is currently on sale on Margarita and Co. for $32, People magazine reports.

Kate Middleton has been a big fan of Spanish-designed clothes for her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The Duchess of Cambridge styled Princess Charlotte in a Spanish-designed pink dress by m&h for the royal baby’s first solo photos. Apart from Spanish brands, Kate has also used children wear from Italian brands, the latest of which is from the Italian line Love in Kyo where she reportedly buys cashmere clothing in bulk for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Meanwhile, Prince George’s red toy train, which was also featured in the royal family’s Christmas photo, has gained the attention of royal fans and watchers. The toy is a handcrafted piece from Orange Tree Toys, according to People magazine, which is sold in several UK children’s stores.

Anuja Wilson, Orange Tree Toys’ creative director, told the magazine that they are “absolutely delighted” that the train has become “part of the royal children’s toy chest.” “We are hoping it is one of George's favourite toys," Wilson added.

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