The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son Prince George has become famous for his collection of adorable expressions. Dubbed "Curious George", he's a total natural in front of the cameras, and you can see both his maternal and paternal heritages shine through. From making funny faces like his mother, to sticking his tongue out like his uncle Prince Harry, the charismatic little boy is quickly absorbing little pieces of his loved ones' personalities.
Up, up and away! Both George and granddad Charles have mastered the wind-swept 'do.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 'cheeky monkey' channels his uncle Prince Harry at his first Trooping the Colour ceremony in what has become an iconic moment for both princes.
George does his best impression of mum Kate during the family's tour to New Zealand and Australia in 2014.
Royal style watchers did a double-take when Prince George looked just like dad Prince William during little sister Princess Charlotte's christening in 2015.
It appears George has inherited his late grandmother's charming rosy cheeks.
And last, but certainly not least, the young Prince has also mastered his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth's endearing smile.