Princess Charlotte wears £40 aesthetic ensemble to give the Lionesses her fervent support

The Lionesses took on Spain in the FIFA Women’s World Cup final in Australia on Sunday, but unfortunately, it did not “come home” for England as they lost the game one-nill.

Princess Charlotte, who at the age of eight already seems to be a devoted sports enthusiast, was regrettably not in attendance to see the action.

But in a video posted to the Prince and Princess of Wales’s social media accounts, the young Princess and her father Prince William made sure to wish the players “good luck” before the big game.

The eight-year-old chose a high-street style for the video, combining inexpensive elements to put together a gorgeous ensemble.

The first item was a short-sleeved Next “pretty sleeve” T-Shirt for £5 that had a blue and white nautical striped pattern.

The inexpensive T-Shirt was possibly chosen by Charlotte’s mother, Kate, Princess of Wales, who is renowned for her frugal sense of style.

Fans will regrettably be unable to get a copy of the T-Shirt because it is no longer available on the UK website.

The T-Shirt was worn by Charlotte with a traditional pair of blue denim shorts from the Spanish company Sfera, which is recognised for its cost-effective clothing.

Five pockets and a frayed hem are included in the denim shorts, which cost around £11 in British Sterling (or 12.99 euros).

“Crafted with a low top and a Velcro strap for an easy fit, this pair feature a moulded sole and the signature Nike swoosh design.

“Complete with Nike branding to finish the look, and a padded collar for a comfortable fit.”

Charlotte’s hair was beautifully fashioned into a down do and brushed away from her face. The eight-year-old was wearing gorgeous beaded bracelets on her wrists, which added a playful touch.

The Princess also held a huge football in fervent support of the Lionesses.