Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children—Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (2)—have been staying very active during quarantine, doing interviews over video chat, celebrating Prince Louis's second birthday and, most recently, appearing in a video to support healthcare workers as part of the Clap for Carers campaign. The video features the family of five stepping out their front door and applauding all the frontline workers who have been so tirelessly providing care and comfort during the CVOID-19 crisis. And while Kate Middleton's gorgeous floral dress is already sold out (unsurprisingly so), eagle-eyed fans have managed to I.D. Prince Louis's adorable navy sweater which costs a whopping £9 (about $11) and was purchased at the supermarket. Yup.
Turns Out Kate Middleton Likes to Shop for Kids Clothes at...the Supermarket
The navy sweater with a white Peter Pan collar and a red car embroidered on the front (the design becomes more visible once Louis starts clapping) is from the Sainsbury's Supermarket clothing line, Tu. We suppose we shouldn't be so surprised given the Duchess of Cambridge's history of wearing affordable clothing herself—in addition to the fact that she's been spotted shopping at her local Sainsbury's multiple times, often with her children in tow. Prince Louis's shirt and shorts from his official birthday portraits are also reportedly from Tu, meaning we're likely to see the royal children in this wallet-friendly brand again in the future.
The family's TV appearance, which coincidentally fell on Prince Louis's birthday, was filmed as part of the BBC's The Big Night In on April 23. The fundraising telethon managed to raise nearly £27.4 million, all of which will go toward essential workers and those affected by the coronavirus.
Between rainbow paint crafts, clapping for healthcare workers and eating the traditional royal family birthday cake, it looks like Louis had quite the exciting day.