Where you can buy Prince George and Princess Charlotte's christening outfits

Prince George and Princess Charlotte leave Chapel Royal where their brother was christened. [Photo: Getty]

Yesterday, the Cambridges descended on Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace for their youngest member Prince Louis’ christening.

While the man of the hour Prince Louis was dressed in the traditional Honiton lace gown, all eyes were on his older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte who donned equally special outfits.

If it’s possible for three-year-old to have a signature look, then Princess Charlotte’s is certainly pretty blue smock dresses and matching bows.

Princess Charlotte wore a blue smock dress and matching bow headband. [Photo: Getty]

Wearing a baby blue floral number with puff sleeves, the Princess paired her dress with Doña Carmen blue shoes costing £26.50 and a bow headband by Pepa & Co, which retails for just £7.

Her older brother, George, 4, wore navy blue shorts, and a white button-down shirt with blue trimming by Amaia Kids.

Both of the older Cambridge’s outfits are sure to have sell-out potential, as is a trend with nearly every look they step out in.

Princess Charlotte has continued to have an enormous hold over the fashion industry with many of her outfits by the likes of John Lewis, My 1st Years and Pepe & Co selling out instantaneously.

At just two years of age, she already boasted a net value of approximately £3 billion.

Prince Louis’ christening is the first time the Cambridges have stepped out in public as a five. [Photo: Getty]

Yesterday was the first time the famous family have been photographed as a fivesome – and how lovely do they all look?

Watch the third episode of Yahoo UK’s brand new video series, ‘The Royal Box’, below:

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.

Read more from Yahoo Style UK:

Prince Louis’ christening: Live updates

Every look the Duchess of Cambridge has worn in 2018

From Queen Elizabeth II to the Imperial House of Japan: Royal families around the world