He has not yet turned one, but it looks like Prince George is already years ahead in the style stakes.
The 11-month-old trendsetter has beaten his fashionista mother Kate Middleton to be crowned the Best-Dressed Royal.
According to a survey conducted by junior fashion retail website My1stYears.com, outranked other member of the monarchy thanks to his modern take on traditional outfits.
During the royal's Australasia tour earlier this year, the future King was decked out in an array of designer brands and high street bargains.
The red-and-white stripy dungarees he recently wore to his father's polo match, which cost £33.99 from Spanish childrenswear brand Neck & Neck, also received praise from the fashion crowd.
"I absolutely adore Prince George's style. It's modern, yet traditional and stylish but not tacky," one survey participant told Hello! magazine.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is known for championing high street fashion, came in at second place in the survey, proving the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree. She is still fabulous after securing 21 per cent of the vote.
Ranked in third place was George's great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. Often praised for her elegant style, it is not surprising she walked away with 18 per cent of the votes.
Fourth place was taken by Princess Beatrice – the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson – while Prince Harry climbed to number five with nine per cent.
With just seven per cent of the vote, the Countess of Wessex missed out on the fashionable top five.
Although he looks dapper in a suit, Prince William only managed seventh place with just four per cent. Prince Charles' wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, found herself in eighth with just three per cent.
The top ten was capped off by Princess Eugenie and Zara Phillips who took ninth and tenth place respectively.