Prince William and Kate Middleton's two eldest children look just like the miniature versions of their parents in the lasted video from the Cambridge family to honor the NHS for their efforts amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday, Kensington Palace posted their show of appreciation as citizens of the UK joined in the Clap For Carers campaign.
The campaign started online, and by 8 pm, the Wembley Arch, the Royal Albert Hall, the Lincoln Cathedral, London Eye, and the Principality Stadium lit a bright "NHS blue" as the nation gave a round of applause to the men and women fighting on the frontlines of the disease.
In the clip shared by the Cambridge's 4-year-old Charlotte, almost 2-year-old Prince Louis, and 6-year-old Prince George, stood side by side as the smiled while energetically waving for the camera.
However, eagle-eyed netizens soon spotted a comparison between the clothes Princess Charlotte and Prince George wore and that of their royal parents, as the following fan pointed out:
Prince George looked the spitting image of his dad Prince William when he wore the exact same clothes while announcing Kate's pregnancy with Prince George back in 2012.
Princess Charlotte looked identical to mum Kate, who is known for her love of nautical outfits, and she wore those particular clothes back in 2015 when she attended the Gigaset Charity Polo Match in Tetbury.
Prince William and Prince George identically dresses as they arrive at St Mary's Hospital on May 2, 2015, in London, England. | Source: Getty Images.
The pair spent their last days of the school term at home after Thomas's school in Battersea, in West London switched to online learning over health concerns with the coronavirus pandemic.
Before regulations to self-quarantine set in, Kate and Prince William went to an NHS 111 center in Croydon, South London, to show their support of the vital work they are doing.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, sporting a nautical themed outfit, arrive at the King's Cup Regatta at Cutty Sark, Greenwich on May 7, 2019, in London, England. | Source: Getty Images.
Prince William also recently stepped up as the first senior member of the British royals to publically address the current health crisis.
In a video, Prince William shared that he launched the National Emergencies Trust for situations just like this - and it already raised millions of pounds donated to frontline charities battling to help those in need.
Time in self-isolation reminds of the value we have in close relationships, and as the UK celebrated Mother's Day last weekend, Kate and Prince William posted a special tribute in light of current circumstances.
Along with never-before-seen pictures, the royal couple said that their thoughts go out to all families, irrespective if they are apart or together during this time.