Kate Middleton dressed up Princess Charlotte for recent photos in Spanish dress that might have been bought by nanny

Kate and William’s daughter wore an m&h baby dress, Amaia’s pink tights and a pink cardigan which has not been identified yet, in her first solo portraits shared by the royal couple, and taken by the Duchess last month at Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.

HRH Duchess of Cambridge

HRH Duchess of Cambridge

“We are really honored that the lovely Princess Charlotte is wearing one of our dresses for these official photos. She looks absolutely adorable,” Margarita Pato Cid, owner of m&h, told People.

Cid also told the magazine that she thought the little dress was picked up from an m&h store in Valladolid, which is near the royal family’s Spanish nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo’s hometown.

And although this information hasn’t been confirmed, chances are that the beautiful dress was acquired by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s nanny.

In her first official portraits, Charlotte wore a handmade outfit gifted by nanny Borrallo, who bought the clothes from the Spanish clothing store Irulea. The little princess also wore a piece from the set, a bonnet which is now called the “Princess Charlotte,” on the day she was born, for her first public appearance outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital.

Amaia Arrieta, who is the owner of one of Duchess Kate’s favorite stores, also talked with the publication about the royal mother-of-two’s clothing choices for her children.

“I think the nanny understands what Kate likes, and she is happy for her to buy things – it’s easier because it’s more discreet,” the Amaia Kids owner told the magazine.

Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo gifted Princess Charlotte with a traditional Spanish christening present: coral jewelry.