Babyville Fashion: 7 Celeb Babies & Their Uber-Cute Styles

We are still reeling from the birth of Prince George, when Kate goes ahead and announces that she is pregnant again. That was quick! The bundle of joy alerts are taking the world by storm with (almost) everybody either announcing that they are pregnant or giving birth. Must be something in the air? With star parents come celebrity babies that have an equally stylish rep to maintain. They are dressed in the latest baby designer clothes, with parents trying to outdo each other in creatively dressing their child. Here are seven of the most stylish babies ruling the fashion scene right now.

Harper Beckham, 3
Born to David and Victoria, one of the most stylish couples in the world, Harper is the youngest in the Beckham clan. She might be only three, but she is already giving suggestions to her folks about what they should wear. David recently said in an interview that his little princess often has a say in the outfit he wears and takes around 20 minutes to get ready. Always looking camera ready in lovely soft, printed dresses, comfy cardigans and adorably trendy shoes, this toddler is a fashionista in the making. Of course she has a killer sense of style; after all, she does have Victoria for a mother.

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Suri Cruise, 8
Suri has a very chic style for a such a young age, with pink being her choice of colour palette. Her outfits are always from the latest designer collections and costing more than what we make in an entire month. The eight-year old opts for trendy head accessories, bright coloured dresses, structured coats and shoes with tiny heels. A diva in the making? One thing is for sure, Suri does have a better sense in fashion than her mother, She must take after her dad, Tom, we guess.

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Blue Ivy Carter, 2
The Carters are ruling the music industry right now, so it’s no wonder that their baby girl will be the centre of media attraction. Mom Beyoncé never leaves the house without dressing Blue in trendy, cool clothes full of swag. The two-year-old’s style is edgy and fun, from  a leather jacket with her name engraved on it to cute shirts and structured pants. This young fashionista definitely has the personality to back that stylish crown.

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North West, 1
Following in the footsteps of her fashionable parents, baby North is leaving a mark in the fashion industry. She might be only one year old, but she has already appeared in a fashion shoot for Carine Roitfeld’s CR fashion book, wearing none other than uncle Karl’s brand, Chanel. Mummy Kim always makes sure her bundle of joy is dressed to impress in ripped jeans, military jackets, striped pants, denim on denim and booties. The parents make sure she wears outfits made of natural fibres and neutral tones. Kim and baby North are often pictured wearing matching outfits (so cute)! We bet Kanye is so proud of his girls.

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Harlow Madden, 6
Harlow Madden has a great role model to look upto when it comes to fashion. Her mother, Nicole Ritchie, is a sought-after designer with her own clothing label, while her dad, Joel, is the lead singer for Good Charlotte. This six-year old always looks stylish and adorable in her pastel dresses, tutu skirts and cute ballerina shoes. What can we say—talent runs in the family.

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Honor & Haven Warren, 6 & 3
Jessica Alba’s beautiful little angels, Honor and Haven, have a style sense which is similar to their lovely mum, preferring everything girly and delicate, with soft printed dresses, bright and flirty cardigans and cute accessories. The picture-perfect family is as adorable as it gets.

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