How Kate opted for Barbour while William and George matched in Nike


The Cambridges and their royal cousins the Tindalls put on a very down-to-earth display at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk this weekend, opting for high street brands finished off with just a hint of higher-end fashion  Despite being just three-years old, Princess Charlotte wore the smartest outfit for her day out, dressed in a £90 designer dress by Spanish brand Irulea Meanwhile Mia Tindall, 5, brought a touch of sass to the group, sporting socks emblazoned with her name and a slightly more pricey nineties-inspired £100 Patagonia puffer jacket  Prince William, 36, and Prince George, 5, put on their own stylish display, matching in dark jeans, khaki jackets and Nike trainers Scroll down for video Kate, 37, was pictured wrapping up for the unusually cold April day, opting for a £159 Barbour jacket – a favourite designer among the country set – which she teamed with a £34 Topshop shirt, practical Berghaus boots at £180 and £110 Ray Ban shades should the sun make an appearance Princess Charlotte, known for her confident public displays, proved her own star factor in her Gingham designer dress, teamed with woolly tights and a quilted jacket as she enjoyed the day out with her brother and cousin Mia   Cousins Mia and George – who are the same age – were seen playfully comparing heights, with Mia showing off her sassy character in socks emblazoned with her name  Mia sported a more outgoing look than her male cousin, wearing a Patagonia £100 down-filled jacket, along with £14 99 sequin-embellished H&M leggings and matching glittery trainers – as well a trendy white baseball cap with a pink heart design Prince George looked like a chip off the old block in a khaki green fleece Columbia jumper at a surprisingly affordable £25, dark green jeans and a pair of black and white Nike trainers, aptly named NikeCourt Royale, which cost just £31  His look echoed that of father William, who looked casual in a khaki cargo jacket by an unknown brand previously worn in Canada in 2016, coordinating flat cap and navy jeans, also opting for £76 Nike trainers he was seen wearing as he played polo at the Gloucestershire Festival in June 2017 Mike Tindall wrapped up in a padded jacket by Colmar, where prices start at the £299 mark  Their look stands in stark contrast to previous royal generations, who would have worn traditional tweeds at country events  The Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday Following her appearance, the families enjoyed a walk – with Zara still dressed in her jodhpurs and riding boots, along with a navy baseball cap and her £200 Musto jacket The children were seen enjoying the rides as a beaming George raised a toy sword aloft, while Mia and Charlotte hitched a ride on  William and Kate’s shoulders, respectively The trials have become a popular family event, with a bouncy castle and circus workshops for children more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Moment bikini-model says she is ‘too beautiful’ to find love Watch video Brave BBC employee opens up about working through menopause Watch video Moment Coleen Nolan tries ‘adult swaddling’ on Loose Women Watch video Louisa and Spiros finally share a kiss in The Durrells finale Watch video Woman documents her boyfriend’s recovery from heroin abuse Watch video Tati Westbrook promotes James Charles before their falling out Watch video Jeremy Corbyn arrives for Real Living Wage speech in Birmingham Watch video Martin Clunes climbs onto an elephant’s back on his ITV travel show Watch video Chobani CEO pledges donation to help end hunger in American schools Watch video Trump compares Pete Buttigieg to Mad Magazine cartoon Alfred E Neuman Watch video Diana’s dress for the state opening of State Opening of Parliament Watch video Spanish matador wipes away tears of bull before killing it An onlooker said: ‘They were just like any other family, enjoying a day out and having a lovely time There were no tantrums thrown by the kids and they all seemed very down to earth A few people noticed them, but generally everyone just carried on as normal.’    In October Kate was named as the most powerful royal fashion influencer, according to Brand Finance’s British Luxury 2018 survey The report found that Kate wearing a product increases the desirability among 38 per cent of US shoppers to buy products by British brands The Duchess, who is often spotted in designers including Alexander McQueen for red carpet events, also favours high street brands such as & Other Stories and Whistles, often sparking sell out trends Hot on her heels is the Duchess of Sussex, whose sartorial eye sees her mixing high street with designer, and is responsible for causing the ‘Meghan effect’ by her army of fashion followers