Like Father, Like Son: All The Times Prince George Looked Exactly Like His Father, Prince William

Date November 26, 2018

The Duke of Cambridge and his son, Prince George, bear a significant resemblance to each other. As a child, Prince William had similarly round cheeks as his eldest son has today! In addition, they both have the remarkable disposition of a real heart-breaker. 


Just look at George's strawberry blond hair, little button nose, and cherub cheeks, which William also had as a child.

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Prince William has already said that his eldest son didn't inherit his hairline, but instead, he appears to have inherited everything else! Just look at these photos to be completely taken aback by how Prince George is the spitting image of his father!

Scroll down for more pictures showing the father-son twin factor!

Here's Prince George at Charlotte's christening, dressed almost exactly like to the outfit worn by his dad back in 1984.

Prince George nods to his father again, wearing a pretty similar white&blue look.

Do you also see this all-serious gaze? That's probably one more trait that makes the two so unbelievably similar!


Now we're back to their outfits again. Prince George wore a coat similar to one Prince William wore back in 1986. 

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Here's Prince William with his mother at Kensington Palace back in 1983. Prince George nods to his father, wearing the same look in a royal trip to Sydney, Australia.


Now that you've seen all these photos, you know for sure: George bears a striking resemblance to his father, Prince William, and this is a fact that cannot be ignored. We're blessed to have the opportunity to watch Prince George grow, following in his father's footsteps. It will be very interesting to see the person he becomes in 10 years. 

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