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To not like the way Prince George is dressed (and think it's often not weather appropriate)

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Totality22 Sat 02-May-15 21:59:08

OK I have said it.... <exhales>

I am in London and it was fucking freezing today OK maybe I am exaggerating a little but it was NOT shorts weather

I am not anti Royal, I tuned in to hear about the baby's safe arrival and wee George is just a cutie-pie but I don't like how they dress him.


MissMuffetisin Sat 02-May-15 22:00:52

Yes. Non of your business - unless you want everyone else commenting on how you dress your kids .

FusionChefGeoff Sat 02-May-15 22:01:22

He always looks like he's wandered into shot from the 1940s - if they're such a modern royal family, what's wrong with jeans and a t-shirt? God help them when he reaches the 'I do it my by self' stage!

TeddyBear5 Sat 02-May-15 22:02:17

He had long socks on and was lifted from a car straight into a very warm building. He wouldn't have got cold.

usualsuspect333 Sat 02-May-15 22:02:22

He did look like a child from the 1950s.

Totality22 Sat 02-May-15 22:03:02

Also just to caveat by saying I know they can't dress him in trackies from Next but I find his outfits dated and twee.

SirSpamalot Sat 02-May-15 22:03:40

He had long socks on and was lifted from a car straight into a very warm building. He wouldn't have got cold.


ginagslovechild Sat 02-May-15 22:04:03

I love his look, he looks like a little boy not a miniature man which most little boys clothes try to be these days.

villainousbroodmare Sat 02-May-15 22:04:20

He does look very old-fashioned, doesn't he? But then, so do the whole lot of 'em. That's their style.

PenguinsandtheTantrumofDoom Sat 02-May-15 22:04:26

He was very formal.

But he had long socks and was outside for moments. Maternity wards are hotter than Hades normally anyway.

mewkins Sat 02-May-15 22:04:28

He and William are wearing matching outfit (though William made a wise choice against knee high socks and t-bar shoes!)

It would be refreshing to see him in jeans, tshirt and crocs.

Totality22 Sat 02-May-15 22:04:28

Oh and I know it is none of my business and MN hates "judgey pants" but I can't help it.

Just wondered if I am the only one? and it seems I am not

CalleighDoodle Sat 02-May-15 22:04:31

He was dressed fine for car - a probably very hot hospital. At least he wasn't wearing judgy pants...

KenDoddsDadsDog Sat 02-May-15 22:04:32

Their bubz , their rulz hun.

Fairylea Sat 02-May-15 22:04:50

He wasn't out walking around the streets dressed like that smile

I think he is really cute and I love his clothes.

Pommes Sat 02-May-15 22:05:16

I thought George's top looked lovely, but totally agree about how cold his little legs must have been. Plus his shoes look too old, hard and formal for such a young lad, DH thinks his outfit was from the Victorian era. My DS was in a vest, jumper, hat and duffle coat today.

SirSpamalot Sat 02-May-15 22:05:21

He was dressed fine for car - a probably very hot hospital. At least he wasn't wearing judgy pants...

Best comment on MN all day.

PerspicaciaTick Sat 02-May-15 22:05:24

Ooh I've read this exact same thread a few months ago, so someone feels the same as you. Unless you were the OP before too?

DrDre Sat 02-May-15 22:05:33

Yawn. Who cares? Not me.

Calloh Sat 02-May-15 22:05:35

I think his outfits are sweet and I don't think he was likely to get cold.

People can dress their children how they like - even the Royal family.

EachandEveryone Sat 02-May-15 22:05:38

He could've looked the same in long trousers though. IT is blinking freezing today.

JemFinch Sat 02-May-15 22:06:01

I like it. He's being photographed by the worlds media, they're going to dress him up.

Totality22 Sat 02-May-15 22:06:03

Beat you to it re: judgy pants (although my spelling is questionable)

Lets face it, AIBU [and a lot of other sub forums] would die a complete death without some judgements.

NorahDentressangle Sat 02-May-15 22:06:03

I thought it was 15 degrees at Heathrow today, was London so different.

CadieAgain Sat 02-May-15 22:06:46

It's an aristo thing. Character-building or some such.

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