The votes are in and after much deliberation, HELLO! Online readers have said that Princess Charlotte looks most like her doting mum Kate. More than 10,000 readers shared their opinion and some 30 per cent voted for the Duchess of Cambridge.
Judging by the official solo portraits released in November, Charlotte shares the same bright, sparkly eyes as her mum Kate.
The little Princess also takes after the Middletons with her cute round button nose – a characteristic that Kate and her mother Carole had as young girls. Charlotte's defined brow also calls to mind her elegant mum.
Princess Charlotte shares her mum Kate's wide smile and sparkly eyes
But at six months old the royal baby has divided opinion. Fighting closely for top spot was her dad Prince William, who was voted the second person who looks most like his daughter, with 28 per cent of votes.
Some royal fans have said that Charlotte bears a striking resemblance to William when he was a mere tot.
The official portraits were taken when Charlotte was six months old
While the Princess may share Kate'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.
Charlotte's chestnut hair is also akin to William's colour, rather than Kate's darker locks.
Some 30 per cent of HELLO! Online readers said that Charlotte most resembles Kate
Some royal watchers, or 13 per cent, said that Charlotte most resembles her big brother George, who was known for his adorable chubby cheeks as a baby.
The same percentage thought that Charlotte looks like the Queen when Her Majesty was a little tot, while almost 8 per cent can see Carole Middleton in the Princess.
Some 28 per cent voted for Prince William
A minority, four per cent, agreed that Charlotte resembles the late Diana, Princess of Wales while less than one per cent voted for Charlotte's grandfather Prince Charles.
A closer look at some of the votes:
The Duchess of Cambridge - 30 per cent
Prince William - 28 per cent
Prince George - 13 per cent
The Queen - 13 per cent
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