BEING a princess, Charlotte is likely to want to nothing, but it seems that she is just like any other four-year-old when it comes to her fashion sense.
Eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted that Charlotte was carrying a sequin purse at William and Harry’s charity polo match at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day Wokingham, Berks on Wednesday.
The pink “Beanie Boo” wrist bag by TY Beanie Babies features colour changing sequins and costs just £6.39, hardly a royal price tag.
It was spotted by Instagram fan account MiddletonMaven who spotted the princess clutching it as she sat in the boot of mum Kate’s car while they took a break for lunch.
But she was soon up and about again as she joined older brother George for a kickabout.
Her sister-in-law Meghan Markle took baby Archie on his first outing to cheer on dad Prince Harry as he went head to head with brother William in a charity polo match.
The new mum kissed her eight-week-old son as she watched the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day.
Loving mum Kate, who wore a pink summer dress, was yesterday pictured holding youngest child Louis in her arms as he sucked his thumb.
She was hands on with her eldest son as well – gently taking away a polo stick away from George after he started to play with the large mallet.
Meanwhile, Meghan kept little Archie swaddled in her arms nearby, taking him to chat to doting dad Prince Harry, 34.
Wednesday’s royal outing saw Prince William, 37, take on Harry, with Wills playing as part of the King Power Air Asia team alongside billionaire King Power boss and Leicester City chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabhawhile Harry joined the Tarmac team.