Throwback photo of Prince Charles shows just how much he and Prince Harry look alike

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 13, 2018
11:54 P.M.
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The resurfaced photo of Prince Charles reveals exactly who Prince Harry gets his looks.


The Internet is at a complete loss for words over the throwback photo of the 69-year-old Prince of Wales.

The image posted by Prince Harry and Family News on its Facebook page recently shows Prince Charles in his younger days.

'Unseen photo of Prince Charles and how Prince Harry look of his dad [sic],' Prince Harry and Family News captioned the image.

In the photo, Charles, who is known as the clean-shaven man, is seen with a full beard that nearly mirrors Harry’s identically.

His rugged appearance is spot-on to how the Duke of Sussex is most often seen nowadays.


This photo just proves that Harry is the spitting image of his father, who had a problematic marriage with her mother, Princess Diana.

Charles and Diana tied the knots in 1981. Their wedding was considered one of the biggest TV events in history.

Unfortunately, the royal marriage soon fell apart. During that time, Charles was obviously in love with Camilla Parker-Bowles, whom he had a brief relationship with in the 1970s.

Though she faced many problems, Diana always appeared in public with a beautiful smile.

The People's Princess reportedly fought her husband. She then suffered from anxiety, bulimia, depression, and self-harm.


Charles tried to find her a therapist for her issues, but she resisted.

As the result of a loveless marriage, Diana and Charles eventually separated in 1992 and divorced in 1996.

On August 31, 1997, Diana was killed in a car crash in a Paris tunnel. She was 36 years old. Her death came a year after her divorce from Charles, who later married Camilla.

As Princess of Wales, Diana was celebrated for her charity work around the world. She also raised awareness and advocated ways to help people with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and mental illness.

Many years may have passed, but the memory of Diana is more vivid than ever.

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