There's no denying all the royal kiddos are super cute. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis steal the show anytime they make public appearances with their parents. Royal watchers love to debate which of Kate Middleton and Prince William's three kids look the most like their parents, though, a new side-by-side photo of the little princes has steered the conversation in a new direction.
Though there's five years between George and Louis, the two princes may grow up to be lookalikes of one another. Royal fan Instagram account @loveprincessdiana shared a side-by-side photo of George and Louis at the same age and, TBH, it's hard to tell the baby royals apart. For the record: George is on the left and Louis is on the right.
The Cambridge kids are currently on vacation in Scotland with their parents, but the new school year is just around the corner. Princess Charlotte will be joining her big brother at his primary school, while Louis still has a few years before he'll be heading to school with his siblings. William and Kate reportedly wish for their kids to grow up as normally as possible, so they won't be getting any special treatment at school.
According to a People source, all of the Cambridge kids already have very distinct personalities, too. “George is more reserved, and Charlotte is more outgoing,” the insider explained. “Maybe it’s because he’s the heir and one day he might be King.”
“It’s the same difference between William and Harry,” the source continued. “Harry is much more laid-back and William is the more serious one because he will be King one day.” Charlotte's outgoing, funny personality was on display recently when she stuck her tongue out at a crowd waiting to greet the royal family. Kate's reaction to her daughter's cheeky behavior will make you LOL, too.
Though George and Louis may look more alike to each other than their sister, all the kids are reported to be quite close. “They are close in age, and they spend so much time together,” the source said. “Playdates [with outsiders] can be tricky, so they learn to lean on each other.”