Thrifty Kate Middleton dresses Princess Charlotte in £23 Zara dress to meet her ‘hero’ Sir David Attenborough

KATE Middleton decided to dress her daughter Princess Charlotte in a £23 dress for the family's meeting with Sir David Attenborough.

It's been revealed that the adorable royal wore a high street garment when she and her siblings met the 94-year-old broadcaster.

Princess Charlotte, five, looked super cute in a floral Peter Pan collar dress from Zara – and it's not the first time she's worn it.

The Duchess of Cambridge decided to pair of daughter's dress with some sky-blue laceless pumps and plaited a portion of her hair to ensure it was kept out of her face for the special day.

Princess Charlotte was seen wearing the same dress back in May, but this time she wasn't wearing a pair of grey thick tights as the royals made the most of the September sunshine.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decided to stick to the blue theme, with 38-year-old Kate opting for a £1,295 Gabriela Hearst denim shirt dress.

The future Queen teamed the chic garment with a pair of £475 navy Rupert Sanderson pumps and wore her hair down in a bouncy blowdry.

Kate dressed her eldest child, Prince George, in a £40 Trotters navy checked shirt – the same as little brother Louis – and £50 Start-Rite school brogues.

Prince William, 38, also got in on the colour coordination and wore a navy jumper and blue chinos underneath his grey blazer while Prince Louis, two, donned a light blue jumper with a pair of navy shorts and smart matching indigo socks.

The Royal family were joined by Sir David to watch a screening of his new movie, A Life On Our Planet.

The film t tells how man is destroying Earth but reveals measures can be taken to reverse environmental disaster.

Sir David didn't arrive at Kensington Palace empty-handed as he gifted Prince George with a 23-million-year-old shark tooth.

The telly presenter found the tooth – from an extinct 15m carcharocles megalodon shark – on holiday in Malta in the 1960s.

In January, Wills and Sir David announced their Earthshot Prize, which will reward anyone solving environmental problems.

The documentary A Life On Our Planet looks back over Sir David’s career.

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