At five years old, Princess Charlotte is growing up so quickly. She's started school, impressed us with her adorable handwriting, and she's developing more and more of her own little personality each day.
And it seems that, as Charlotte gets older, she's also becoming even more similar to her mother, Kate Middleton.
In a video being shared online, royal fans have spotted an uncanny resemblance between Kate and little Charlotte's mannerisms - and they're identical!
The clip shows footage of Kate taking part in a royal engagement over Zoom, where she is seen twirling her ponytail with her hand. Meanwhile, a video taken on Princess Charlotte's first day at school shows the young royal doing exactly the same thing. Adorable!
Whether Charlotte has just picked up her mum's gestures accidentally, or whether she's purposely copying her, the similarity between mother and daughter is so sweet.
One Twitter user posted the video online, writing, "Like mother like daughter. Watch till the end to see adorable mom and daughter fixing their ponytail. So cute." Indeed.
See the unbelievable resemblance for yourself here:
— ✨★╚» Your Majesty╚»★♥ (@EniEnkela) February 5, 2021
If this is just the start of Charlotte mimicking Kate's actions, we can't wait to see how she'll change even more as she gets older.
While Charlotte of course looks incredibly similar to Kate, she's also previously been compared to another royal family member - and the resemblance is truly striking.
After new photos were posted in celebration of Charlotte's fifth birthday back in May, Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter pointed out that Charlotte looked similar to Princess Margaret's daughter Lady Sarah Chatto when she was young. Honestly, we can barely tell these two pictures apart!
Princess Charlotte aged 5 on the left and Lady Sarah Chatto aged 5 on the right. Lady Sarah (Princess Margaret's daughter) is celebrating her 56th birthday today, May 1st. pic.twitter.com/J8QEdN8NxQ
— Victoria Arbiter (@victoriaarbiter) May 1, 2020
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