The dress-up princess dresses her daughters christmas dresses in red and blue and has the ladies of the royal family in tow.
The Duchess of Cambridge is in the spotlight in the style department with a red velvet dress that has a skirt and a high neckline.
The gown is made from red velvet fabric, which is made to look like it’s made from real red velvet, but with a bright blue hue.
The princess has also created a matching set of red and white leggings, which are also red.
The dress, which costs between £10,000 and £13,000, has been worn by the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton and Prince George.
The prince, the Duchess and Prince Harry also had a go in a red and green striped gown, which was sold for around £20,000.
The princess also had to give up her own dress and instead spend her time dressing up as Cinderella, the famous fairytale princess.
The red and black dress was made for the royal wedding.
The Prince of Wales is known for his red and gold dress and it is made out of wool and linen and is hand-dyed by the family’s artisans.
A source told the Daily Mail: ‘It is a fantastic dress, a tribute to the Princess and her family.
It’s a tribute for the Prince to be seen in a dress of this type.’
The prince wore a white gown for his first royal wedding, which cost £30,000 to $40,000 at the Royal Collection, a collection of art treasures in London.
The wedding dress, known as the “presents” because it’s so pretty, was made from velvet.
The royal wedding gown was made in the Royal Family’s signature style by the royal artisans in England.
The source said the dress was one of the most expensive royal gifts given by the Royal Household.
It is not clear whether the royal bridesmaids wore a red or blue gown during the ceremony, which took place at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.