New pictures at the queen's Christmas luncheon reveal Prince Louis' incredible likeness to Prince George

2019-12-20 09:17
 
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Cape Town – The royal family was photographed arriving at the first of many upcoming Christmas events on Wednesday – and Prince Louis has grown so much since we last saw the youngest Cambridge kid!

According to E! News, the royals attended the queen's annual Christmas luncheon at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday. Though Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan aren't spending the holiday season with Her Majesty, the Cambridge family, as well as Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tindall, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex and Princess Beatrice and her soon-to-be husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, all attended the party.

Even Prince Andrew attended the luncheon, despite the sexual assault allegations against him that's turned things upside down for the royal family as of late.

While there aren't too many details about the queen's pre-Christmas party, a few photographs of the Cambridge family arriving at Buckingham Palace were released – and royal fans can't get enough of how much Prince Louis has grown, and looks just like his big brother!

The youngest of Prince William and Duchess Kate's three kids hasn't been photographed much since he was born in 2018 – the last we saw a clear shot of him was in July at the Royal Charity Polo Match – so we were presently surprised to see the uncanny resemblance.

SEE FOR YOURSELF:

Prince Louis arriving for the Queens Christmas lun
Prince Louis arriving for the Queens Christmas lun
Prince Louis arriving for the Queens Christmas lun

(Photo: Getty Images)

But his resemblance to Prince George wasn't the only thing fans noticed. Many also felt he looks just like his mom.

According to HELLO! Magazine one fan commented, "He's literally 'mini-Kate', he looks so much like her!" while another wrote, "How cute is he! He has Kate's hair."

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