AS the Royal tour of Canada continues, the world is getting a closer look at the youngest member of the family, Princess Charlotte — and a strong resemblance to another member of the clan is emerging.
New photos of Charlotte at play reveal striking similarities between her and her great-grandmother, The Queen, when she was a child.
But there are other resemblances between the young royal family and previous generations and much of that can be attributed to the way they dress.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have developed a fondness for dressing their two children in similar clothing from past generations. Whether this is a personal preference or a royal stipulation is unknown.
Princess Charlotte speaks in public
Princess Charlotte has walked and spoken in public for the first time — running towards balloons and yelling “pop”.
The Sun reports that the Royal tot was taking part in her first official joint engagement with older brother and future King Prince George.
A children’s garden party at Government House in Victoria, Canada welcomed the adorable pair as guests of honor overnight.
They played with the children of Canadian military families on the grounds of the estate — the traditional home of the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge told of how happy they were about the chance for little George, three, and Charlotte, one, to play with other kids.
The family were pictured entering the party hand-in-hand, with George wearing his classic shorts, shirt and jumper combo while Charlotte wore a sky blue dress with royal blue cardigan.
She ran off as soon as mum Kate set her down, making a beeline straight for the balloons that lined the marquee.
At the end of the tent sat a petting zoo, where she was seen cuddling a fluffy bunny.
Meanwhile, Prince George looked fascinated by a bubble machine.
Later, the family reunited again to have some colorful balloon shapes made for them — with Charlotte even appearing to knight the bowler-hatted clown.
This article originally appeared in The Sun