You may think that Princess Beatrice has her mother's hair and her father's face.
However, it turns out that 29-year old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson bears a unique resemblance to her great-great-great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.
Prince William's regal appearance can be traced back to 14th century.
As you can see, he shares the same nose and eyes as his 21 times great-grandfather King Edward I.
Do you see this expression? Prince Charles bares a shell-shocking likeness to Edward VII, who was the owner of Prince of Wales title before ascending the king's throne in 1901.
Not only expression but also the eyes and nose of Edward VII were passed to his great-great-grandson, Prince Charles.
Lord Freddie Windsor, who's 27th in line to the throne, has as poor chances of getting a crowning moment as his great-grandfather Louis Frederick, who died at the age of 44 with none of his royal ambitions fulfilled.
Needless to say, Freddie Windsor has the same eyes as his ancestor.
Prince Michael of Kent, Freddie's dad and the cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, also has the bearing - right down to the large beard, which is just the same as that of his grandfather - King George's V.
The King ruled the UK in the times of the WWI until he died in 1936.
Queen Elizabeth II bears a remarkable resemblance to Queen Mary, who saw both her granddaughter Elizabeth and her son King George V ascend the throne before she died in 1953.
Can you guess who else bears a shocking similarity to Queen Mary?
Of course, it's Prince Harry, whose blue eyes and red hair were inherited from his great-great-grandmother, Queen Mary.
Prince Edward has a bearing from George VI.
From his deep-set eyes to his thoughtful gaze, Queen Elizabeth II's youngest son is all the same as his grandfather.
Lady Louise Windsor, sho is just 14 years old now, bears a shocking resemblance to Queen Elizabeth II.
It seems like she's the mini 21-st-century version of her famous granny!
As you can see, these royals are from different generations, but they share a striking likeness because royal genes always run their course. Tell us what do you think of this matching up and suggest your own look-alikes in royal history!