She may be just two years old, but it seems that Princess Charlotte has some firm ideas about her likes, dislikes, and even her personal aesthetic. According to her mother, Kate Middleton, the fourth-in-line to the throne has already decided upon a favorite color of her own.
The Duchess of Cambridge recently visited Hornsey Road Children’s Centre, fulfilling an engagement that she previously had to postpone due to suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness, in the early stages of her third pregnancy. There, she was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Nevah Richardson-Natiko, a young attendee wearing a princess-worthy tulle dress in pale pink.
As the Duchess chatted with the youngster, it transpired that the six-year-old shares something sweet in common with Kate’s daughter: they both love the color pink. “She asked me what my favorite color is,” Nevah told reporters, according to People. “I said it was pink and she said that’s Charlotte’s favorite color too.”
We’re not surprised. In recent months, Charlotte has been pictured wearing pale pink for a handful of royal events, often while her mother wears a coordinating shade. For this year’s Trooping the Colour ceremony, she was dressed in a pink smock dress in floral print, twinning with Kate’s Alexander McQueen shift dress and Jane Taylor hat (the Princess wore the same outfit complete with a signature hair bow as she and her family concluded their tour of Germany in July this year).
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Rewind a little further back and you might remember the youngest royal sporting yet more pastel pink: for her official first birthday photos and for her first Trooping the Colour (when she wore matching T-bar sandals and socks in a ballerina shade).
So, what else do we know about the littlest Cambridge? We can file her fondness for pink alongside her love of dancing, her enthusiasm for balloons, and her interest in horses (just like her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth).
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This post was written by Katie Rosseinsky. It originally appeared on our sister site, Grazia Daily.