Princess Charlotte’s dress made by Spanish designer m&h


Spanish clothes brand m&h have been identified as the maker of Princess Charlotte’s dress that the British royal wore for her first official photo shoot.

The pretty floral dress, costing £21 (€29), was reportedly purchased as a gift by the Princess´s Spanish nanny, Maria Borrallo.

The little floral dress with frilly white collar is from the AW15 collection from m&h.  The Spanish brand specialises in hand-made children´s clothing.  The fabric of the dress is also Spanish made.  As the company produces only a few pieces of each item, Princess Charlotte´s dress is quite exclusive.  All m&h products are only available through stores, and are not available online.

Borrallo, who grew up in the city of Palencia in northern Spain, has been specially trained in self-defence as well as specialist driving techniques and has been employed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge since early 2014.

Business experts now predict that the m&h, founded by Margarita Pato Cid, will see a huge growth in sales as parents seek out the same type of outfit for their own little princesses.

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