New royal baby looks strikingly similar to Prince George and Princess Charlotte

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
The new royal baby bears a striking resemblance to his siblings. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child arrived on Monday and the little prince looks nearly identical to his adorable siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The parents gave excited fans their first glimpse of the newborn baby just hours after his birth when they stepped out onto the pavement outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s hospital to head home.

And as photographs emerged of close-ups of the hours-old baby boy, people couldn’t get over just how much he looks like the royal couple’s other kids at the same ripe young age.

Snuggled up in a white knit hat and a matching white shawl, which are from design house GH Hurt & Son Ltd., the baby looked totally unperturbed by the hundreds of waiting photographers and screaming fans.

The new royal baby bears a striking resemblance to his siblings. (Photo: Getty Images)

Just like Prince George back in 2013, the little royal held his tiny hands up above the blanket as his doting mom smiled down at him.

However, it’s clear that while the baby may have Prince George’s button nose, he’s the spitting image of his sister, Princess Charlotte, who was born in 2015.

Princess Charlotte when she was born back in 2015. (Photo: Getty Images)

Just like her younger brother, Princess Charlotte was also swaddled in a blanket by GH Hurt & Son Ltd. and a little bonnet hat which tied underneath her chin.

Prince George also had his hands up in the air when he left the Lindo Wing in 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

Indeed, the two-year-old seemed ecstatic when she was pictured holding hands with her father, Prince William, as he brought her in to meet her new brother.

Beaming from ear-to-ear, Princess Charlotte waved like a pro as she skipped into the Lindo Wing.

Meanwhile, Prince George, who was dressed in his school uniform, seemed shy as he kept his head down outside the wing.

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