I think what's important is we STOP talking about her body - FULL. STOP.
Saying she is "stocky" or "big boned" or whatever, are still labels that will play on the mind of an impressionable young girl - even moreso one who must grow up in the glare of the press.
Whe we say "she should learn to dress for her body type" we are still fat-shaming. She has a body, she puts a dress on it. Done.
Whilst I would rather not focus on looks at all, they are all VERY pretty girls who look happy and healthy, and I'm sure they are bright, clever and engaging. I can't wait to see the toing women they become.
I certainly didn't mean it that way, and I'm sorry it was written so that it might be read that way. Where I'm coming from: I'm short, with a very short torso, and some things just look silly on me. If I don't hem certain bottoms, they drag, and look sloppy. It's hard for me to look professional if I were to just grab things off the rack willy-nilly at a department store and wear them as they came. Designers design for one body type, and I would say easily 95-97% of women aren't that body type. Louise Windsor has had and will continue to have the same issue- she's been in clothes that haven't taken her height into consideration, so it looks like she's been sent out into clothes that she's outgrown. Many people on this board have commented on this several times. Maybe less of an issue than that experienced by those of us with hips (and other curves), but an issue with making sure to dress for your body type all the same.
That's another reason I said she's lucky if she has women in her family she's built similarly to- I'm built much differently than any of the women in my family (I'm built like my adopted parent's bio family). I had women in my life who complained (and still do) about their bodies. If she has body-positive women in her life, she's able to start leaps and bounds ahead of other young women in that area. Not to mention, if her female relatives are built similarly they may already know and can tell her what will be flattering for her to wear.
I have started reading this section because like the SRF, I find their parents and the girls interesting and not just pretty to look at, though the girls are that for sure.
I hope that explains more where I was coming from and didn't make it worse!