Friday 9 December 2016

Marc Jacobs names bright pink lipstick after Princess Charlotte in new makeup line

Published 08/02/2016 | 12:36

Princess Charlotte
Princess Charlotte
25. Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in their 2015 Christmas card.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Princess Charlotte laughs with her teddy in this photograph taken by her mother Kate, Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk past the crowds at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate with their son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte, after her christening, on July 5th 2015. REUTERS/Mary Turner/Pool
Kate Middleton and her daughter Charlotte in the official christening portrait

She's less than a year old, but it looks like Princess Charlotte is already a muse to many.

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Following in her mother Kate Middleton's footsteps, the nine-month-old is the inspiration behind a major designer's beauty range as Marc Jacobs will name a hot pink lipstick after the tot.

The upcoming Le Marc lip creme collection will feature 20 shades, including the colour which was "inspired by the deepest saturated pink tones of an English rose."

The luxury lipstick promises a 10-hour coverage and retails for €30. While the princess has only been publicly photographed a handful of times, she already has a stellar selling power like the Duchess of Cambridge and her big brother Prince George.

25. Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in their 2015 Christmas card.
25. Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in their 2015 Christmas card.

Her mother dressed her in a €29 dress by Spanish brand m&h, which sold out instantly. The designer responsible for Charlotte's floral dress in her first solo portrait, said she has been "completely overwhelmed" by the demand since the photos were released by Kensington Palace.

Boutique owner Margarita Pato Cid of M&H in Valladolid, Spain, said the her supplier no longer makes the fabric for the garmeny and she only has 10 metres of the cloth left.

"I have had inquiries from as far afield as America, but the material will do for 22 dresses at most, and I can’t get any more because the factory that makes it in Valencia has moved on to material for summer 2016 and next winter. We are completely overwhelmed by the demand and I don’t know how we are going to meet it," she told the Telegraph.

23. And let's face it, he was never going to play second fiddle to anyone, even his little sister at her christening.
23. And let's face it, he was never going to play second fiddle to anyone, even his little sister at her christening.

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