Sporty Princess Charlotte! Royal, eight, wears £5 striped Next top, denim shorts and Nike trainers for appearance with Prince William to wish Lionesses ‘good luck’
- Princess Charlotte, eight, was sporty chic in her adorable high street get up
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The heat is fully on today as the Lionesses take on Spain at the FIFA Women’s World Cup final in Australia.
Unfortunately one little fan will be missing in action – but Princess Charlotte, eight, and her father Prince William have wished the team ‘good luck’ ahead of their absence, and the young royal certainly made a fashion statement while doing so.
The sporty princess looked adorably chic in a look fresh off the high street, starting with a £5 Next ‘pretty sleeve’ short sleeve t-shirt.
The budget wise top was perhaps picked out by her mum Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, who’s well known for her thrifty sense of fashion.
The top was bursting with nautical style and navy blue stripes set upon a dazzling white background. It also featured a round neck and a loose fit.
Prince William and Princess Charlotte send a ‘good luck’ message to the Lionesses ahead of their absence from the Women’s World Cup Final today
The sporty princess looked adorably chic in a look fresh off the high street, starting with a £5 Next ‘pretty sleeve’ short sleeve t-shirt (T-shirt pictured)
Regrettably, fans of the princess will have to miss out on snapping it up as the t-shirt is no longer available on the UK website.
Next up for the occasion was a pair of blue denim shorts by Spanish retailer Sfera, a brand known for their renewable and affordable fashion.
The distressed denim shorts feature five pockets alongside a frayed hem, and will set you back around £11.
The combo was perfectly teamed with a pair of Nike Revolution 5 girls shoes in grey, white and pink.
The stylish trainers are listed at various retailers for £25, taking the entire cost of the sporty get up to just over £40.
She also donned adorable bracelets on her wrists, while her natural locks were combed backwards and fell to her shoulders.
The junior princess’s excitement was unmissable as she displayed a huge grin while posing alongside her father. And in staunch support of the Lionesses, she also clutched a large football.
In the clip posted on the Prince and Princess of Wales’ social media account, Prince William also apologised for not attending the World Cup final to cheer on the Lionesses.
Palace sources claim he was concerned about his carbon footprint and the diplomatic ramifications of going to Australia.
England’s Lionesses booked their place in the World Cup final against Spain with a famous victory over Australia on Wednesday
England Lionesses train on the pitch ahead of their final match on Sunday
William said: ‘Lionesses, I want to send you a huge good luck for tomorrow.
‘We’re sorry we can’t be there in person but we’re so proud of everything you have achieved and the millions you’ve inspired here and around the world. So go out there tomorrow and really enjoy yourselves.’
A beaming Charlotte, added: ‘Good luck Lionesses!’
The Lionesses, who have made the semi-final in the last three World Cups, are in the final for the first time in their history, after superb goals from Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo secured a 3-1 win against the Matildas.
England have not won the World Cup since the men’s team took the trophy home in 1966.
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