How to rock the Prince George backpack

One can only guess what Prince George had in his smart backpack when he started nursery this week…

Spare pair of pants (or two)? Change of clothes? His favourite teddy bear (although this would be totally forbidden at my son’s nursery)?

Anyway the fact is that young PG has nailed the French exchange student look.

Here are some backpack ideas for your little one… just make sure they wear their new bag with BOTH straps over the shoulders.

Moulin Roty lion backback (£34.95)

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Made from cotton canvas with a secure zip, this friendly little lion will keep everything safe. Adjustable straps.

 

Paw Patrol backpack (£7.50)

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Yes, I know this is hideous but if Hector has a choice, this is the backpack he’d choose. It has an eye-popping 3D pic of all his favourite Paw Patrol characters (buying him the DVD for Christmas was a BIG mistake) and padded straps.

Skip hop Owl (£20)

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This is the bag that Hector (and most toddlers in London from what I can see) actually has. It’s comfortable, adjustable and has a brilliant safety rein.

Little Joule Snappack Croc rucksack (£12.95)

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Snap up this wacky crocodile backpack from Little Joule to help the little man really make a mark. Zip fastening across the croc’s mouth you can be sure that it remains secure throughout.

Skip hop Monkey (£20)

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This cute animal rucksack (same make as the Owl, see above) has comfortable, adjustable straps and that all important a safety rein.

Ralph Lauren Global Literacy Tote (£25)

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For girls who are too cool for backpacks. Screen printed for the Ralph Lauren Children’s Literacy Program charitable collection to support children’s literacy and education worldwide.

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