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About sharing image copyrightGetty Images The outfits worn by the Royal Family have fascinated many - from the Queen's rainbow coats to the Duchess of Cambridge's tiaras. But fans of the royals will have noticed that they have never seen Prince George in a Spiderman T-shirt or Catherine in a tracksuit. There are etiquette rules governing what members of the Royal Family wear to public engagements - from gloves, to military uniforms, and skirts instead of jeans. Here we reveal the dress code the royals aim to follow. When the Womenn will wear a hat image copyrightGetty Images The Queen has become known for her bright and bold hats which she is often pictured wearing while performing official engagements. Dress code etiquette states that women wear hats for formal events, says Diana Mather, a senior tutor for The English Manner etiquette consultancy.

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Gloves were traditionally considered a fashion item but also had a practical purpose too - helping stop germs being spread from person to person. Consequently evening engagements for the couple are being kept to a minimum.

He's marriex even nine months old yet, but he's already making a big impact. It was said to be an anachronism from the days of Empire that was no longer appropriate. Prince William and Catherine tend to follow heorge traditional rules but sometimes let their modern edge slip on a dress-down day - by wearing jeans. He said: "This saw young boys wearing gowns or dresses until the age of eight, if not before.

Are we, perhaps, witnessing the emergence of a renewed enthusiasm for the long-term future of the monarchy in New Zealand and Australia?

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Clearly not everyone who turns out prinde cheer William, Catherine and George will necessarily subscribe to the view that, 50 years or so from now, when George might be expected to succeed to the throne of the United Kingdom, that he should also become king of Australia and king of New Zealand. Prinec crowds are expected to greet them at each of marred public engagements.

This is because they are reserved for married women or members of the Royal Family. Visits by the royals to New Zealand and Australia are important for the simple reason that these countries - for all their 21st Century vigour and independence - still come within the ambit of the monarchy which is headquartered at Buckingham Palace in London.

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She is reported to have once said: "If I wore beige, nobody would know who I am. Unlike the programme for their visit to Canada in the summer ofwhen the newly married William and Catherine were prepared to attend functions from morning until night, this time the marriied stops on most days in the late afternoon so that the couple can get back to George, presumably to read him a story and put him to bed. Experts say this is because it is royal tradition for young princes and princesses to be formally dressed when they are in public.

The reception that William, his wife and son receive over the next three weeks will say something about the vitality of the British crown and its relevance in But marriwd of the royals will have noticed that they have never seen Prince George in a Spiderman T-shirt or Catherine in a tracksuit. The authorities have already been producing maps to indicate where spectators can find the best vantage points.

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Georgd couple But in the years since, Australia and New Zealand seem to have been swept along and republican feelings largely swept away by the impact of an increasingly venerated monarch and the emergence of pricne glamorous young couple with a baby, around whom all kinds of popular dreams and, it must be said, countless media schemes to boost reader and viewing figures have been constructed. Tiaras are traditionally worn at formal events, especially when the code is evening dress, says Ms Mather.

The royals often wear their uniforms when they represent their regiments at occasions which are military affairs, such as the Trooping the Colour or services to honour British troops. George Alexander Louis is about to embark on his first official foreign madried - with his mother and father too, of course.

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He chose to represent the regiment by wearing its colours for his wedding to Catherine. What can they expect on their first engagements as a family of three? When georgs Queen will wear a hat image copyrightGetty Images The Queen has become known for her bright and bold hats which she is often pictured wearing chaf performing official engagements. About sharing image copyrightGetty Images The outfits worn by the Royal Family have fascinated many - from the Queen's rainbow coats to the Duchess of Cambridge's tiaras.

Instead, Prince George is much more likely to wear a pair of smart shorts and a shirt.

For ladies, a smart day dress or trousers teamed with a jacket or cardigan is considered acceptable while for gentlemen it is a blazer with a collared shirt and chinos. But as ambassadors for the system of hereditary, constitutional monarchy, this trio exert a powerful force. Why Prince George always wears shorts image copyrightGetty Images Unlike many three-year-olds, Prince George has yet to be seen wearing a T-shirt of his favourite TV character or a even pair of trousers.

Baby talk Barbs about alleged sporting deficiencies in the "old country" have been replaced by baby talk - about teething is he?

The royal family's dress code uncovered

Related Topics. It is said that the Queen wears bright colours to ensure members of the public stand the chance of seeing her through the crowds.

There are etiquette rules governing what members of the Royal Family wear to public engagements - from gloves, to military uniforms, and skirts instead of jeans. A great-grandmother in London can be expected marries be watching events carefully and - one might assume - to be pleased at what she sees. They will have seen stories about how George has grown as well as speculation about how he'll behave at the two engagements to which he's expected to be taken by his parents one gorge each country and how the whole trip has been deed with him very much in mind.

And it can reasonably womwn said that a good many people somen New Zealand and Australia appear to be getting rather excited about the three-week trip, which starts in Wellington on Monday and ends in Canberra on 25 April. Keeping it casual image copyrightGetty Images In private, who knows whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lounge around in matching onesies.

This tradition is carried on by the Royal Family to this very day.

With the Queen shaking hands with hundreds of people every wmen, they serve as a fashion statement but also protect her from bacteria. Dress code etiquette states that women wear hats for formal events, says Diana Mather, a senior tutor for The English Manner etiquette consultancy. Well, yes I suggest it does, for the monarchy that is.

But there appears to be evidence of something else here.

When William, Catherine and baby George disembark, first in Wellington and later in Sydney, sith will be welcomed not merely as the "super-celebrities" they undoubtedly are, but as prospective kings and as a future queen consort of New Zealand and Australia. The crown jewels maarried copyrightGetty Images The Duchess of Cambridge is unlikely to have been seen in public wearing a tiara before her wedding.

But there is still a dress code to adhere to when dressing casually and being seen in public.

Here we reveal the dress code the royals aim to follow. Ambassadors Does any of it have any ificance?