Prince George may not have been in the newly released photo of Princess Charlotte adorably cradling their newborn brother Prince Louis on her third birthday, but eagle-eyed fans of the family may have noticed a familiar article of clothing in the sweet portrait: Charlotte’s navy blue cardigan is a hand-me-down from her big brother!
George, 4, previously wore the sweater from Spanish brand Fina Ejerique, which retailed for US$52, in a 2016 photo of Queen Elizabeth with seven of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Famed celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz took the image to commemorate the monarch’s 90th birthday.
“We couldn’t be happier to see little Princess Charlotte wearing the same cardigan Prince George once wore,” designer Ana Pérez tells PEOPLE. “It is a huge pleasure to be among the brands in their wardrobe.”
In addition, a solo shot of Louis shows the baby wearing the same white jumper from Spanish brand Irulea that Charlotte wore in her first official portraits with Prince George. The baby outfit was a gift from the mother of the children’s nanny Maria, out of their shop in San Sebastián, Spain.
Apart from the reused outfits, the new royal baby photos taken by Kate at the family’s home at Kensington Palace bear a close resemblance to portraits the proud mum took of a then one-month-old Princess Charlotte with big brother Prince George in June 2015. Just like with Charlotte, Kate captured George planting a sweet kiss on his sister’s head in one of the shots.
Louis’ next big appearance will be at his upcoming royal christening, which will likely occur in July. Kate, however, will make her first post-baby debut at the wedding of her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, and sister-in-law-to-be, Meghan Markle, at Windsor Castle on May 19.
Prince Louis, who will be nearly four weeks old at the time of the wedding, will remain home — but his older siblings are expected to play a part.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE