Prince Louis is the spitting image of Duchess Kate when she was a baby in this rare family photo

Junie Sihlangu
Nov 14, 2018
10:59 A.M.
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Since being born three months ago in April at the Lindo Wing, Prince Louis has made very few appearances. However, the few times we’ve seen him has allowed us to make some comparisons.


A picture of the boy’s mother, Duchess Kate revealed that the little prince resembled her when she was around his age.

Images of a Royal family portrait have been doing the rounds this week. The photos were taken at Clarence House for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday.

This was a rare citing of Prince William’s latest addition Prince Louis. In those images, his mother Duchess Kate held him lovingly in her arms as they posed together.


For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The pictures allowed us to have another look at the 6-month-old baby.

Pulling out a 1982 photo of Kate revealed that the baby boy had taken his mother’s looks. Little Louis has the distinctive dark hair and “Middleton eyes” from his maternal parent.


Duchess Kate’s baby image also revealed that the child has the same “short back and sides” that matches his mother’s. The two also share the same mouth.

It’s actually quite hard to find that many differences between the pair but the likeness they share is amazing. The last time we heard about Louis was when he was born in late April.


During an interview, William revealed that the baby was a good sleeper who was adored by his big brother and sister. Louis has two older siblings Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3.


Before his grandfather’s birthday, the last we’d seen the little Royal was during his christening in July. That was also the second time we saw an image of the baby.

For those who love the little Royal as we do, here are 27 facts about him. Just a teaser, did you know he has three names, Louis Arthur Charles?

However, his formal name is His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge. Royal children are usually named after some historical Royal members of the family with special meaning.