Princess Charlotte is soon going to celebrate her third birth anniversary. Royal watchers noted how the little girl bears a striking resemblance to her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
The 2-year-old, Princess Charlotte is already giving us major Queen Elizabeth vibes.
With the release of her birthday portrait on Monday, it’s clear that the littlest among the royal family is taking after her great-grandmother — right down to their hair barrettes! From their enrapturing gazes to their matching royal hair’s part and their similarities and perfected poker faces. Charlotte has inherited the very best of the 91-year-old monarch, Queen Elizabeth.
Some of the key features are:
IT’S ALL IN THE EYES!
Charlotte and her great-grandmother share the same striking eye structure – from their matching blue eyes to the arch of their eyebrows, there’s no questioning in their resemblance.
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HEIR TO THE HAIR!
While big brother Prince George sports adorable blonde locks (with the perfect side-part), Charlotte has lovely light brown hair. Before Queen Elizabeth’s hair turned into a regal shade of white, Queen Elizabeth’s hair was a very similar shade to her great-granddaughter’s, Princess Charlotte.
FOR THE LOVE OF THE CARDIGANS!
The little royalty, Princess Charlotte and the reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth also share an appreciation and love for cardigans. Both wore matching pink sweaters for the Queen’s family portrait ahead of her 90th birthday last year.
It’s clear that Princess Charlotte already has a deep love, passion and enthusiasm for animals.
She couldn’t get enough of a fluffy white rabbit during an honourable and memorable playmate in Canada last September. She was so excited and fascinated that she wouldn’t leave the side of one very large dog named Mouse.
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Queen Elizabeth, the 91-year-old monarch has a longtime love of dogs – her fondness for corgis is legendary and memorable. At 91, Queen Elizabeth still takes her beloved horses out for routine rides around the palace grounds and keeps herself fit and fine.