May 02, 2017 11:01 AM

As Princess Charlotte turns 2 on Tuesday, the royal toddler has cemented her role as an international trendsetter!

The sweet yellow cardigan she wore in her adorable birthday portrait (taken by mom Princess Kate!) has sold out in record time, but the peter pan top she’s wearing underneath is still available — and it has been reduced to just $6!

The Peter Pan Long Sleeved Tee in Denim Ditsy Floral by JoJo Maman Bébé is a wardrobe staple and designed to be paired with skirts and paints or layered under overalls and sweaters — just as Charlotte did.

JoJo Maman Bébé

“We were so pleased to see sweet Princess Charlotte wearing JoJo Maman Bébé on her second birthday. Our Royal Family are great supporters of British brands and ethical businesses,” Laura Tenison MBE, founder and CEO of JoJo Maman Bébé, tells PEOPLE.

Watch the full episode of The Amazing Lives of Prince George and Princess Charlotte now on the new People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). Go to or download the PEN app on your favorite device.

For those who want to complete the royal outfit, good news! The coveted $13 yellow John Lewis Baby Luxury Sheep Cardigan that Charlotte is wearing in the photo is expected to come back in stock. For now, there is a dress version in pink with the same sweet baby sheep detail at the neckline for just $13.50.

The Duchess of Cambridge/PA Wire

And no royal ensemble would be complete without the accessories! The darling bow Charlotte is wearing in her hair is from one of Kate’s go-to retailers, Amaia Kids, who confirmed Charlotte is wearing the $4 medium size bow in navy.

Just like big brother Prince George, Charlotte is no stranger to setting fashion records. The royal siblings continue to set the trends with everything they wear.

“The royal babies are dressed relatively traditionally but the new generation have a twist of modernity thrown in,” Sophie Mirman, founder and CEO of Trotters childrenswear, tells PEOPLE. (Trotters is the London children’s boutique where Princess Kate is a regular.)

“They are managing to keep the traditional look of children but still bringing it into this millennium. Prince George wears very comfortable, easy-to-wear clothes as opposed to very tight, uncomfortable ones. Comfort, quality and style all come together in their outfits,” Mirman adds.

As for Charlotte’s style, Mirman says: “[It’s] a combination of English clothing with a twist of European. The styling is very European. It is English, but there is nothing frumpy about it — it is very stylish with an international look.

“The Englishness is in the detail in the little smock dresses and tiny prints, while the European looks is in the colors, the pastels.”

  • With reporting by SIMON PERRY

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