Translated From: The resemblance between Charlotte and her great-grandmother, Elizabeth II, when she was a child …

Discovered on: 2021-12-11 11:31:00

12/11/2021 – 12:31 Updated: 12/11/2021 – 12:36

One more year, the Cambridge They have made all their followers and royal fans happy by sharing an unpublished image of the family on their social networks to congratulate Christmas.

“We are delighted to share a new image of the family, which appears in this year’s christmas card“They wrote this past Friday on their Instagram account along with a photograph in which Kate Middleton and Prince William appear accompanied by their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis. They all pose seated before the camera, in a family portrait that was taken during a secret trip to Jordan earlier this year.

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Kate looks radiant in a khaki dress, the same color of the polo shirt that her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, wears. To the left of the Duchess sit her sons, George and Louis and to the right of Charles of England’s son, she appears seated, wearing a blue checked dress from Mango, Princess Charlotte.

It has been the latter who has captured the most the attention of Internet users and users of social networks. The reason is the great resemblance that many have found between the little princess and her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The truth is that, if we compare this last photograph shown of Charlotte with an image of the queen at that age, the resemblance is undeniable, not only in the physical, but in the peculiar way of posing, with a poise and composure more typical of an adult than a child, something that was also very characteristic of the monarch in her childhood.

Queen Elizabeth II in 1931. (Getty / Photo: Universal History Archive)

“Charlotte and the Queen are the same! So pretty and serene “;” I see a lot of the queen in Charlotte “; or” Charlotte is the spitting image of the queen “, are some of the many comments that have been read on Twitter and Instagram.

It is not the first time that a resemblance to the daughter of Kate and Guillermo with another member of the royal family has been drawn. It was Lady Kitty Spencer herself who three years ago shared a snapshot of her on her first day of school on social media. A few minutes later, his followers realized the obvious: Charlotte and Kitty looked a lot alike in the images in which the two are the same age.

Also in May 2020, CNN journalist Victoria Arbiter discovered another great resemblance to Charlotte, this time with Lady Sarah Chatto, daughter of Princess Margaret and niece of Elizabeth II, who also has her birthday just one day before the daughter of the Cambridge.

Lady Sarah Chatto is 57 years old, but her 5-year-old image is the living portrait of Charlotte, two drops of water.

Princess Charlotte aged 5 on the left and Lady Sarah Chatto aged 5 on the right. Lady Sarah (Princess Margaret’s daughter) is celebrating her 56th birthday today, May 1st.

– Victoria Arbiter (@victoriaarbiter) May 1, 2020

Returning to the image now shared by the Cambrians of them and their children to congratulate Christmas, it has not been revealed exactly when the family traveled to Jordan, but it is likely that the visit took place in the last months of this 2021, when travel restrictions were relaxed. During the summer, Jordan was on the amber list, meaning that after July 19, vaccinated people returning from there to the UK did not have to quarantine themselves as long as they underwent a pre-screening PCR test. departure from the country and another on arrival.

In any case, when it comes to a private family and vacation trip, and not a visit motivated by an official tour, no details were ever offered to the public of this getaway.

With this Christmas card, the Cambridges alter their way of acting on these dates, since in recent years, the shared snapshots have been family photos taken at their Norfolk home, Amner Hall, in the purest English countryside style, with comfortable jumpers and matching country boots.

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