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A member of the Canadian bagpipe band designed the plaid pinafore dress and the gift was given to Kate and William’s 4-month-old baby girl.
The outfit was handed to the little princess during one of her recent visits to her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, as The Sons of Scotland Pipe Band performed at Balmoral Castle for the Queen.
Bethany Bisaillion, a band member, talked with Canada AM about the pinafore dress, saying that it is made of “Maple Leaf” tartan, which matches the Scottish theme.
“We hope that she gets it in time that she doesn’t grow out of it!” Bisaillion said.
Princess Charlotte has been pampered with plenty of gifts since she came into the world on May 2.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter was gifted with a painting of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for her christening by “someone very close to the family,” an American-made Amish rocking chair and a personalized Alpaca baby blanket from First Lady Michelle Obama, a personalized shirt from the England Lionesses football team, a snowsuit and an immunization donation from Canadian Health Minister Rona Ambrose and Laureen Harper, the wife of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, a little summer dress from President of Israel, Reuven Rivlin and the list goes on.