Skip to main content
Part of complete coverage on
 

A look back at royal baby clothes

By Sarah LeTrent, CNN
July 24, 2013 -- Updated 2107 GMT (0507 HKT)
Little George Alexander Louis was wrapped in a simple blanket on his way home from the hospital, but he's sure to be sporting some pricy custom duds soon enough. Click through the gallery to see clothing of royal babies past, courtesy of the Museum of London's "A Royal Arrival" exhibit. Little George Alexander Louis was wrapped in a simple blanket on his way home from the hospital, but he's sure to be sporting some pricy custom duds soon enough. Click through the gallery to see clothing of royal babies past, courtesy of the Museum of London's "A Royal Arrival" exhibit.
HIDE CAPTION
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
Clothes fit for a prince or princess
<<
<
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
>
>>
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • The Museum of London displays clothing worn by members of the royal family
  • A curator says memorabilia links the royal baby to more than 400 years of history
  • Royal garb is on display from King Charles I, George III and Edward VII
  • Follow CNN Living on Facebook and Twitter

(CNN) -- In anticipation of what mini monarch-to-be Prince George of Cambridge will wear in the spotlight, the Museum of London is displaying baby clothes and booties of former royal babies as part of a new exhibit. The small display, titled "A Royal Arrival," is free to visitors until October 2013.

Click through the gallery above for a sneak peek into the exhibit.

See complete coverage of the royal baby

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT