Translated From: Evidence that Kate and William’s daughter is a copy of Queen Elizabeth…

Discovered on: 2022-03-24 05:29:00

Posted in CELEBRITIES on 3/24/2022 05:29 AM

It’s no secret that little Princess Charlotte, daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William, carries the genes of the royal family in her blood.

It was this December 2021 that thousands of people noticed that at 6 years old, she looks more and more like nothing more and nothing less than her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Charlotte was on everyone’s lips after the official profile of her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared their Christmas postcard in which the entire family appears.

“We are happy to share with you a new image of the family, which is the family Christmas card,” they wrote on December 10.

Although there are many cute things to notice within the photo, most people focused on the strong physical resemblance that Charlotte bears to the Queen as a young woman. Among the comments left by fans could be read “Charlotte looks like the Queen. It’s her double her”, “beautiful family of hers…Princess Charlotte looks a lot like her great-grandmother”, “I think Princess Charlotte looks a lot like Elizabeth”, “beautiful family. You can really see the Queen in Charlotte.”

This is not the first time Charlotte has been compared to the 95-year-old monarch. In fact, the resemblance between the two has been discussed since Kate’s daughter was just a baby. Especially in the smile. Do you notice similar?

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