Princess Charlotte Inspired The New Marc Jacobs Lipstick Color & It's Fit For Royalty

The youngest member of the British royal family just landed a major beauty campaign. Well... sort of. The latest muse in the Marc Jacobs Beauty family is none other than Princess Charlotte, who has her own Marc Jacobs lipstick color named after her. The company announced that "Charlotte" is the new addition to the Le Marc lip crème collection, which will be sold exclusively at U.K. department store Harrods starting today.

According to Marc Jacobs Beauty global VP and general manager Catherine Gore, the Charlotte lipstick has the "deepest saturated pink tones of an English rose." The hue is reminiscent of the 9-month-old's rosy cheeks more than anything, but it also celebrates the beauty brand's official launch in London. However, if you're familiar with Charlotte's family history, her grandmother, the late Princess Diana inspired Elton John to change the lyrics to his song "Candle in the Wind" to "Goodbye England's Rose" at her funeral in 1997.

The man behind the brand, Marc Jacobs is known for naming products after his muses, but most recently with his Le Marc lipstick collection. There are lip shades named after singer Miley Cyrus and filmmaker Sofia Coppola, and now, the baby of the British monarchy has joined this exclusive club.

Here's your first look at the Charlotte lipstick from Marc Jacobs Beauty ($34):

While there's no date yet of when Charlotte will be available in the U.S., here are some alternative pink lipstick colors that will still make you look and feel like a princess:

Bold Shine

Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick in Berry Rose, $5.59 (drugstore.com)

This color will give you that perfect pink pout.

Frosty

MAC Dirty Orange Nude, $17.00 (maccosmetics.com)

Grab this for something a little more neutral, but with that rosy glow.

Moisturizing

L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche in Wisteria Rose, $8.06 (drugstore.com)

Keep your lips soft and moisturized with this lippy's hydrated formula.

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