The coat that the little prince wore in the religious service of Christmas is from the firm Pepa and Co. and costs around 140€
The crown is inherited, but also Kate’s effect. With only three years old, we can already speak authoritatively about the George effect. The oldest son of the Dukes of Cambridge is the King Midas in the Made in Spain children’s fashion. He has become the ambassador of the “Marca España” and this Christmas, on the traditional religious service, he has demonstrated once again with impressively fast end of stocks in the Spanish brands he wears. The coat that the Prince George wore on 25 December in St. Marks church of Berkshire was sold out in a few minutes time.
The creator of this now internationally famous Spanish brand is Pepa González. Products are manufactured in Spain and it has a store in the Londoner quarter of Fulham and it is not the first time that they experience such a fast end of stock.
And he is not the only one. In addition, the clothes of Charlotte of Cambridge made in Spain are also a blockbuster success. Since her arrival in the world, in May 2015, she has wore some Spanish label looks. The two first times that she was publicly shown, she was wearing clothing from Irulea, a brand born in San Sebastian. Consequently, Duchess of Cambridge confirmed his taste of Spanish fashion to dress her daughter like a little lady with dresses from m&h, a Spanish brand original from Valladolid. Although some people say it is because of the babysitter of the kids, María Teresa Turrión Borrallo, that they wear this clothing; once again, Spanish fashion is honored.