Princess Charlotte seems to have become a fashion icon at two years old.
People scrambled to buy a dress similar to what she wore when she visited St. Mary's Hospital in London, where her family welcomed another member on April 23.
In photos, Princess Charlotte can be seen waving at the crowd wearing a blue floral dress paired with a tiny navy cardigan.
As reported by Hollywood Life, the Little Alice London dress cost $62 and was designed by Alice Avenel, her mother's old friend.
Princess Charlotte's tiny frock featured puff sleeves, a Peter Pan collar, and a blue floral print. She wore her dress with an Amaia Kids navy cardigan and Mary Jane shoes.
The young royal's enthusiastic waving as she walked up to the hospital captured the world's hearts.
Princess Charlotte, who is Prince William and Kate Middleton's second child, is known for sporting the cutest sundresses and hair bows.
On the day she went to St. Mary's Hospital, Princess Charlotte was accompanied by her father, Prince William, and her four-year-old older brother, Prince George.
Little George was wearing his school uniform, as he came straight to meet his newborn brother from school.
The dress little Charlotte wore comes in a range of sizes from six months all the way up to six years. After her adorable public appearance last April 23, the dress is sold out in all sizes.
Those who were unable to buy the dress have other options as Little Alice London sells other smocked dresses in a similar bluebell print including a Peter Pan Collar dress and a smocked pinafore.
Royal fans around the world celebrated the arrival of the yet unnamed new member of the highly-watched royal family.
Just seven hours after Kate Middleton delivered her third baby with Prince William, the famous royal couple emerged from the hospital with their newborn.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a red dress as she showed off the sleeping newborn she was holding tenderly in her arms.