The youngest Prince Louis has especially gotten attention due to his strong family resemblance.
Last weekend the Cambridge family came in full force as they stepped out for a pantomime show in London. Royal fans were overjoyed when they saw the family-of-five all together, especially the youngest, Prince Louis, who made his red-carpet debut, joined by his two older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
And one thing that royal fans noticed about the little royal was his uncanny resemblance to his grandfather, Kate’s father, Michael Middleton.
The family got the chance to watch a special performance of The National Lottery’s Pantoland at The Palladium, which was held to thank key workers and their families for their hard work during the pandemic.
Photos from the event were shared by the official Kensington Palace Instagram account on Sunday, with photographs of the royals as they arrived on the red carpet and from the royal box inside the theatre.
The photographs were what sparked all kinds of comment on how much Prince Louis looks like his grandfather.
One fan wrote: “Louis looks like Kate’s father,” with others quickly joining in the conversation, adding: “Yes I thought that,” and: “He really does!”
Another commenter added: “I think both the boys do,” finishing their comment with a smiley face emoji.
Others also contributed with short replies such as: “Beautiful family.”
The photographs were accompanied by a caption that gave more insight in the Cambridge outing.
It read: “The Duke and Duchess and their family attended a special pantomime performance of The National Lottery’s Pantoland at The Palladium, which was held to thank key workers and their families for their phenomenal efforts this year.
“Before the performance, The Duke delivered a short speech to thank those across the country for the sacrifices they have made to keep the country operating and to support their communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
“During the interval, The Duke and Duchess also met a small number of key worker families to hear more about their experiences over the past year, before popping backstage to thank the cast and crew.”