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Prince William’s Dad Style Just Keeps Getting Better

New baby 'fit No. 3.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton are hat-trick royal parents. They're likable (that's one), they're relatable (that's two), and they both have some impeccable parental style (and that's three!). Which, because they're royals, they have no choice but to demonstrate each time they leave the hospital with their newborns. Today, the royal couple welcomed baby No. 3 into the mix, and William's dad style just won't quit. Take a look.

PRINCE GEORGE

The royal equivalent of sweatpants: a collared shirt, chinos, a belt and loafers. Plus a watch because William loves watches. Also, Kate is wearing heels hours after giving birth. Allow that to sink in.


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PRINCESS CHARLOTTE

Is he wearing the same loafers? And is that a Harry-inspired Everlane sweater? Either way, the man looks sharp.


PRINCE BABY NO. 3

Prince William opted for a blazer this round, wearing it with navy pants, brown suede desert boots, and an unbuttoned collared shirt because new dads are tired and don't have time for buttons. The fit on everything is better than ever, Kate looks amazing, and from what we can see, the kid is really cute. Well done!

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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