Kate Middleton has been dressing her children in cute and fashionable baby clothes from various designers from London and outside of the UK. However, most of the iconic baby ensembles that Princess Charlotte and Prince George have worn come from Spanish designers. Princess Kate chose baby garments from Spain for its classic, timeless styles.

Hello took a quick look at some of Princess Charlotte and Prince George’s fashion ensembles. Over the years, one of Princess Kate's favorite brands has been Amaia Kids which was founded by Spanish businesswoman Amaia Arrieta. Hello also found that one of the key influence has been the royal children’s Spanish nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.

The magazine discovered that Spanish designs for children’s clothes are more formal as compared to British lines. Given the Duchess of Cambridge’s elegant and classy taste, Princess Kate was “naturally drawn to styles that look timeless,” according to Hello. Princess Kate’s fashion choice has trickled over to the baby clothes that Princess Charlotte and Prince George wear. With the classic lines of Spanish designed children’s clothes, the royal mother of two is also ensuring that her children’s clothes will still be fashionable over time.

Hello also stated that Princess Kate has an “acute sense of history,” which is evidenced in some of Princess Charlotte and Prince George’s baby clothes. One example is the Irulea woolen bonnet that Princess Charlotte wore when she was first presented to the world. The bonnet was a gift from Borrallo, whose mother picked out the design. Irulea is a family run business in the northern city of San Sebastian that was founded 82 years ago.

Irulea owner Ayago Villar told Hello that the bonnet was handmade in their shop. “Everything she was buying was for newborns, she wanted the most handmade items, very simple items, nothing ostentatious,” Villar added.

The latest pictures of Princess Charlotte also featured a Spanish dress by m&h. It has attracted the attention of several fashion conscious mothers. However, the brand won’t be able to fully maximise the benefit of a “Charlotte Effect” due to a material shortage, Telegraph reported. Margarita Pato Cid, m&h owner shared that she has limited stock of the material used for Princess Charlotte’s pink dress and it will not be enough to cover the many requests she received for it.

Cid told Telegraph, “I only have 10 metres of that cloth left… The material will do for 22 dresses at most, and I can’t get any more because the factory that makes it in Valencia has moved on to material for summer 2016 and next winter.”

“We are completely overwhelmed by the demand,” she added. “I don’t know how we are going to meet it.”

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