The Museum of London celebrates the recent birth of Prince George by showcasing items of clothing worn by royal babies over the centuries, some of whom later succeeded to the throne.
The exhibition spans 400 years of history and provides an intimate glimpse into the private life of Britain's royal family.
Items on show include a cap worn by Charles I, a cotton vest and lace mitten worn by George III, a nursing apron believed to have been worn by Queen Victoria, a robe worn by Edward VII, and a selection of tiny shoes worn by Queen Victoria’s children Princess Beatrice, Princess Alice and Prince Leopold.
Also on display is a timeline outlining the latest arrival’s relationship with his royal ancestors.
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A Royal Arrival
Museum of London, 150 London Wall, tel. +44(0)2070019844.