The sweet tot, whose mum is the billionaire heiress to Formula One, walked the London streets in her Cinderella costume, which markets for £30.99, while wrapping up against the cold in a complementary fluffy jacket.
Not content with wearing a matching baby blue dress to that animated in the 1950 movie, she was also clad in dazzling gold shoes to coordinate with the gown.
Tamara meanwhile made sure she looked equally stylish, although she went for more of an heiress than princess look. Cinderella tells the story of an outcast scullery maid who later transforms into a privileged princess.
The happy ending to the dreamy fairytale is certainly befitting of the life of Tamara Ecclestone's daughter Sophia, who enjoyed a day out with her adoring parents in London on Monday, where she wore the iconic Disney costume.
As the trio headed to 32-year-old Tamara's blowdry bar in the capital, she and husband Jay enjoyed swinging their daughter between them while she Lacey Fantasy Corset Party Dress by Alyce Sweet 3613 in her Cinderella outfit.
Looking typically dazzling, she wore a dusky pink coat layered over the top of a skimpy grey jumper with racy thigh high boots.
Due to her line of work, her hair was naturally stunning as she sported a bouncy blow-dry while her make-up was flawlessly applied.
Jay looked dashing for his trip to the salon as he wore a grey shearling coat with slim leg black jeans and desert boots.
Sophia's privileged life has always been shone in the spotlight, particularly in May last year when Tamara unveiled the tot's lavish replica of the 57-room family home will do, as was revealed in Hello! magazine.
Tamara revealed her daughter has a palatial playhouse modelled on the £70million family home in Kensington, West London
The building, which towers over Tamara's head, was an mens denali fleece jacket first birthday gift from her aunt and Tamara's sister Petra and it is estimated to have cost around £10,000.
Just like her family's Victorian mansion, Sophia's playhouse is double-fronted, red-brick and has a large wooden door.
In the interview with the magazine, Tamara, who is married to businessman Jay Rutland, revealed that she and Sophia spend a lot of time in the playhouse together.
'She goes in there and cooks me porridge, it's so cute,' she said.