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Inside the £4K designer wardrobe of Sam Faiers’ daughter Rosie, 2 – from £300 pairs of sandals to £1.5K handbags

GUCCI sliders, a Fendi headband, and a Louis Vuitton backpack – these are the things we’d have in our dream designer wardrobe if money were no object.

But for two-year-old Rosie Knightley, these little luxuries are just what you would wear on your average afternoon at home – that is, when your mum is a mega-successful former TOWIE star and businesswoman Sam Faiers.

Rosie’s Fendi headband will set shoppers back a staggering £250

The adorable tot regularly appears on her mum’s Instagram account modelling some of the latest trends – and let’s just say, she’s ALREADY more stylish than we’ll ever be.

Where we can’t trust ourselves to splash out on a pair of sunnies in case we lose them, two-year-old Rosie has a super chic pair of Chloe glasses which would have set her mum back £115.

And while a Louis Vuitton bag has been on our wishlist since, well, FOREVER, Rosie is already living her best life with a £1,500 backpack from the brand which she uses to store her dolls. Obviously.

But when she’s got mum to cart around her toys in the buggy, this stylish toddler prefers her £450 Dolce & Gabanna leopard print bag for all her everyday essentials.

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Here Rosie models her £1,500 Louis Vuitton backpack with her £115 Chloe sunglasses[/caption]

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Rosie’s sweet floral dress costs £140 from Stella McCartney [/caption]

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Rosie Balenciaga t-shirt costs £170, her furry Fendi sliders are another £270 and her Dolce and Gabanna handbag is £450[/caption]

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Former TOWIE star Sam Faiers is already developing her daughter’s savvy fashion sense[/caption]

And just in case we weren’t already jealous of this stylish two-year-old, Rosie even has her own walk-in wardrobe to store her killer wardrobe.

The former TOWIE star likes to dress Rosie in a bit of high street too and her favourites include Zara Kids and River Island.

But it’s clear Sam has a soft spot for Stella McCartney’s luxury kidswear – and she often photographs Rosie around the family’s £2.25m Essex mansion.

Rosie has two stunning dresses from the British designer – costing £252 in total – as well as TWO sets of their £130 tracksuits.

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Rosie looks adorable in this sweet £130 Stella McCartney frock which she paired with some bargain Asda sandals[/caption]

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Rosie pictured with older brother Paul in her £335 Dolce & Gabanna trainers[/caption]

Rosie poses outside the family’s Essex home with brother Paul
Rosie has two pairs of £130 Stella McCartney tracksuits
Rosie has her £450 hanging off her arm as she shops with mum in £230 Gucci sliders
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The two-year-old is a growing up to be quite the fashionista[/caption]

Other than Rosie’s eye-watering designer handbag collection, the flourishing fashionista also boasts a shoe collection that makes us green with envy.

As well as a pair of pretty floral £335 Dolce & Gabanna trainers, Rosie also has some trendy fluffy £270 Fendi sliders.

But if that wasn’t enough, the tot even has a pair of £230 leather Chanel sliders with a fluffy sole which has fast become a cult style among fashion bloggers.

BRB just off to go fawn over some Rosie’s wardrobe on Farfetch – anyone know if her designer dresses come in our size? Asking for a friend…

Inside Rosie's wardrobe:

  • £1,500 Louis Vuitton backpack
  • £450 Dolce & Gabanna leopard print handbag
  • £270 furry Fendi sandals
  • £300 Fendi trainers
  • £250 Fendi headband
  • £335 Dolce & Gabanna trainers
  • £230 Gucci sliders
  • £175 Balenciaga t-shirt
  • £112 Stella McCartney dress
  • £115 Chloe sunglasses
  • £140 Stella McCartney dress
  • Two sets of £130 Stella McCarney tracksuits

Total: £4,022


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