Princess Charlotte has been spotted wearing hand-me-down red shoes that once belonged to Prince Harry.
The little girl is currently in Germany with her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and her brother Prince George and has been photographed wearing the iconic bright-red Mary Janes once sported by her uncle in the 1980s.
The leather Start-rite pumps adorned with buckles, which she wore with a floral Liberty-print dress, were first rocked by Prince Harry in 1986 at Highgrove House, Gloucestershire, and he famously wears them in a portrait of his family, including Princess Diana, Prince Charles and his brother Prince William, taken at Kensington Palace.
But it's not the first time that Charlotte, two, and George, three, have mimicked their parent's generation of royals in the style stakes.
At last year's Trooping Of The Colour, Prince George wore a Peter Pan collar shirt and blue shorts that Prince William wore to Harry's christening in the early 1980s.
And according to Daily Telegraph, royal clothing is often stored away so that future generations may make use of it as "many items of royal clothing are carefully persevered, stored away afterwards for potential exhibits, but also in case anyone from the royal family may wish to reuse them."
Meanwhile, the royal children may have to share their family's vintage items soon as Duchess Catherine is said to want "more babies" with her husband Prince William.
The royal couple, both 35, already have three-year-old Prince George and two-year-old Princess Charlotte together, but it seems the brunette beauty still wants to expand her brood.
Catherine made the lighthearted comment during her trip to Warsaw, Poland, on Monday (17.07.17) when she was given a cuddly toy designed to soothe tiny babies during a visit to an event for start-up tech companies.
Upon receiving the gift, Catherine told her husband: "We will just have to have more babies."