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And since the gender of the baby was not known at the moment the royal couple received the gift, Borrallo’s mother, who helped her with the present, chose white for the clothes, from the Spanish clothing store Irulea, a color that is suitable for both genders. (The clothes were bought by Borrallo’s mother.)
The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, must have been really excited about the gift, considering that she chose to dress her 5-week-old daughter Princess Charlotte with these clothes for her first official photos, and for her first public appearance.
We're delighted to share the first photo of Prince George with his little sister Princess Charlotte pic.twitter.com/lJbWwsqFva
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 6, 2015
Outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, the little princess wore the beautiful handmade bonnet, an article from the set which is now called the “Princess Charlotte.”
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 2, 2015
The Spanish brand expressed excitement in a message posted on Facebook after Princess Charlotte wore the Irulea clothing items.
“We are very proud to learn that once again the British royal family has chosen Irulea to show Princess Charlotte to the world. Charlotte’s outfit was handmade in San Sebastián and consists of four pieces, a bonnet, a sweater, little boots and a blouse.”
The brand also wrote on June 6, “So pretty! Princess Charlotte is wearing a bone knitted sweater by Spanish designer Irulea in her new photos, part of the set she wore home from the hospital.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana on May 2.