Vote: Who does Princess Charlotte look like?

A "little joy of heaven" is how Prince William recently described his daughter Princess Charlotte – and if the new photos of the royal baby are anything to go by, they certainly fit the Prince's description.

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At first glance, Charlotte is the spitting image of her mum Kate.



The new photos of Princess Charlotte have divided opinion over who the little girl looks like

The cherubic six-month-old shares the same bright, sparkling eyes as the Duchess of Cambridge and has a real Middleton characteristic about her – her cute round button nose. Photos of Kate and Carole Middleton as young girls show the same shape.

It seems Charlotte also takes after her mum's side of the family with her defined brows and sweeping thick hair. And like her big brother Prince George, Charlotte shares his adorable chubby cheeks.


Some say Charlotte takes after her mum Kate with her bright, sparkly eyes

But the new photos of the royal darling, which were released on Sunday by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge via Kensington Palace, have divided opinion.

Some royal fans have said that Charlotte bares a striking resemblance to her father William when he was a mere tot. The new photos of Charlotte call to mind pictures of a baby William at Kensington Palace, leaning into his mother Princess Diana's arms.


Others say Charlotte bares a striking resemblance to her father William when he was a tot

While Charlotte may share her mother's bright-eyed look, the round, deep-set shape of her eyes is far more similar to William. Kate has a narrower, almond eye shape.

Her chesnut hair is also akin to William's rather than Kate's darker locks.


Charlotte shares the same chubby cheeks as her big brother Prince George

Others have also claimed that the little Princess looks like her great-grandmother the Queen as a baby, with her sunny disposition and sweet smile.


The Queen as a baby

Who do you think Princess Charlotte looks like? Vote below!

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