Prince Louis is the “spitting image” of his grandad Michael Middleton, according to eagle-eyed royal fans.
The little royal, two, was pictured alongside parents Prince William and Kate, as well as brother Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte in London’s West End.
The Cambridges had all taken to the red carpet for a trip to the pantomime, with photos then shared on the Kensington Palace Instagram.
Hosted by The National Lottery for pandemic key workers and their families, the show was held at The London Palladium.
It comes after William and Kate, both 38, toured the country to thank frontline workers for their courageous efforts over the last few months.
But it was Prince Louis’ resemblance to Kate’s dad Michael, 71, that sent fans into a frenzy, with one commenter writing the pair are “like peas in a pod”.
Another added: “Louis looks like Kate’s father. Spitting image of him. Love William and Kate and this beautiful family.”
Prince Louis, who will be three in April, was seen holding hands with his mum and dressed in a blue cardigan.
While heirs-to-the-throne William and George, seven, held hands, as the duke also walked beside Charlotte, five, in one snap.
Others also commented on Charlotte’s strong resemblance to the Queen.
Previously, fans went wild over George’s likeness to his Uncle James Middleton as a child in birthday photos released in July.
Kensington Palace released two photos taken by mum Kate ahead of the eldest Cambridge child’s birthday in the summer.
Taken at Anmer Hall, he was seen beaming at the camera while wearing a camouflage T-shirt in one and a plain green top in the other.
A photo of Kate’s younger brother, businessman James, now 33, taken in 1991, was shared, showing a striking resemblance to the young prince.
One fan dubbed him the “mini-James Middleton”.