Duchess Catherine, Prince William and Prince Harry have been named among the most stylish young royals by Vanity Fair magazine.
The trio have been praised for their fashion sense and included in a list of 15 other members of various royal families who have been included for their sartorial elegance.
Referring to Catherine, the magazine states: "The former Kate Middleton is prim, proper, and infuriatingly dazzling, thanks to a year-round tan, bouncing blow-outs, some better version of Bobbi Brown than the rest of us have, and a decidedly un-English smile. For big events, the mice and bluebirds put Kate in the best British designers as befits a future queen of England, including Alexander McQueen, Christopher Kane, Burberry, and country staple Barbour."
Catherine's husband received equal praise for his more laid back style, with the publication writing: "A sporty fellow with a bent for polo, country life, and [piloting] his R.A.F. rescue chopper through the threatening Irish Sea spray, William is often photographed in activewear--though he can still fill out the Renaissance-era velvet bloomers required of the Order of the Garter ceremonies."
Prince Harry's inclusion came about due to his penchant for linen suits, with Vanity Fair explaining: "Younger brother Harry is the good-time guy to William's comparative reserve--and earned his spot on this year's International Best-Dressed List for his easygoing style, including linen suits, swim trunks, and surfing-ready wet suits."
Other royals who earned a spot on the list include Princess Charlene and Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco and Prince Carl-Phillipe of Sweden.