On Thursday night, royal fans got to see an adorable video of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. In the clip, we can see the three young royals taking part in the Clap for our Careers campaign to thank those working in the NHS during the current virus lockdown.
Despite the overwhelming cuteness that the video shows with the three them next to each other, an eagle-eyed fan made an interesting observation. Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were wearing clothes very similar to the ones previously worn by their parents.
Royal Fans @sweetestcambs was the first to notice this and shared a photo in which she shows the young royals compared to their parents, and captioned it: “they’re matching”.
The youngest, Prince Louis, was wearing dark blue trousers, blue neck jumper and a shirt, looking like a miniature version of his dad in an outfit her wore when he and Kate first announced they were expecting George back in 2012. The Prince wore the outfit originally when he and Kate were exiting St King Edward VII Hospital after the soon-to-be-mom had been treated for her acute morning sickness.
Princess Charlotte was seen rocking dark jeans and a striped top, looking very much like her mother back in 2015, when the Duchess attended the Gigaset Charity Polo Match at Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury.
The Cambridge family weren’t the only royals that took part in the campaign, as the Earl and Countess of Wessex clapping alongside their children Lady Louise Windsor, 16, and James Viscount Severn, 12, also posted a video on Thursday. Prince Charles, who tested positive for the virus this week, and the Duchess of Cornwall joined in as well, posting a video of the couple clapping in separate rooms as they self-isolate within their Scottish home, Birkhall.