Casper the Friendly Ghost has appeared in the Duchess of Cambridge's knee

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Can you see it? [Photo: PA]
Can you see it? [Photo: PA]

If anyone was wondering where Casper the Friendly Ghost had got to over the past few years, we’ve found the answer.

It appears the cartoon ghoul is trapped inside the Duchess of Cambridge‘s knee.

What about from this angle? [Photo: PA]
What about from this angle? [Photo: PA]

While opening a new wing at the V&A museum on Thursday, all eyes should have been on Kate’s super-expensive Gucci outfit.

Casper may be trapped inside Kate’s knee [Photo: Alamy]
Casper may be trapped inside Kate’s knee [Photo: Alamy]

Instead, people couldn’t stop staring at the ghostly face peering out of the royal’s knee. (It looks more like a baby to us.)

Kate isn’t the only famous face with an equally famous knee. In 2014, Miley Cyrus appeared onstage with actor Seth Rogen stuck inside her appendage.

Country singer Carrie Underwood had a hidden royal connection as the form of Prince George appeared in her knee during a live performance.

There’s even an entire Reddit thread dedicated to people with ‘baby face knees’ including Selena Gomez, more Miley and yet another appearance from Kate herself.

Too weird for words.

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