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‘She looks so pretty!’ Princess Charlotte’s £245 cream chiffon dress wins over royal fans

Princess Charlotte looked adorable as she wore a ivory scallop collar chiffon dress at tonight’s Coronation concert.

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Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a cream dress (Image: Getty)

Princess Charlotte, nine, joined other members of the Royal Family for the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle this evening. The youngster delighted royal fans by attending the show and many gushed over her adorable dress. Charlotte is wearing a cream-coloured dress with an adorable black detailed collar and bow in the middle.

Royal fans were quick to respond to her outfit on Twitter, with one person writing: “Charlotte’s dress looks so pretty!!”

Another wrote: “I love Charlotte’s dress #CoronationConcert.” A third said: “Charlotte has a lovely dress.”

Someone else commented: “Princess Charlotte is definitely a chip off the family fashion blo9ck. Our mini royal is wowing us tonight in her gorgeous Self Portrait dress.”

The royal looked as though she was enjoying the concert as she sat beside mum Kate and her brother George.

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Princess Charlotte’s dress is from Self Portrait (Image: Getty/SelfPortrait)


Princess Charlotte enjoying the concert (Image: Getty)

Many pictures showed her enthusiastically waving a union flag as she listened to the musical acts.

She was spotted singing along to the songs and dancing away with George.

Later on she attempted to get her brother’s attention and pointed at her father the Prince of Wales as he made his way onto the stage to deliver a speech during the Coronation Concert.

As William concluded his speech, he said: “God Save the King,” which was repeated loudly by the thousands in attendance.


Princess Charlotte sat next to mum Kate (Image: Getty)

The King smiled and waved to the crowd at the end of the national anthem.

Earlier on a pianist from Queen Camilla’s patronage, the Amber Trust, performed for the King and Queen during the Coronation Concert.

The trust provides opportunities for blind and partially sighted people, and in Sunday’s concert a girl named Lucy, who also has severe autism, performed Bach’s Prelude in C Major.

The rendition prompted smiles and applause from the Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte and the King.