Princess Charlotte has an eponymous collection of clothes and accessories, the youngest member of royal Windsor family started to make her own money. Prior to her second birthday, Kensington Palace has released a new set of merchandise depicting a fictional Princess, not Charlotte.
The adorable blond Princess Charlotte will turn two in May, so the new line of clothes and accessories with the name of the royal youngster has already released. The British and tourist are able to buy lovely T-shirts, fake jewelry and garish dress-up clothes in pink and purple tones. The items look like the ones from the pushcart at a street fair but name Charlotte sounds warm and attractive to the buyers.
In fact, this new set of merchandise depicts a fictional Princess Charlotte, not the daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William. Pink-and-purple collection depicts rather a made-up princess that coincidentally named Charlotte.
The tourists are glad to have magnets, glitter cups and pendants that all have “Princess Charlotte” imagery on them. The most expensive item of the collection is a ‘princess’ fairy dress at $44.
Princess Charlotte collection 2017
The Historic Royal Palaces Shop explained the appearance of cheapo Charlotte gear:
“We stock a variety of gifts, products and souvenirs inspired by the history of the palaces in our shops and online. This particular range features a number of fictional princesses inspired by Kensington Palace’s 300-year history and has been on sale since early 2015—before Princess Charlotte was born. It is entirely coincidental that one of the imaginary characters in the Palace Princesses range shares the same name.”