It’s all in the super cute Muppet-mouthed ‘grin’!
Twinning is grinning
The latest photo of Prince William, Duchess Kate and their kiddos – released by the royals last weekend – has everyone delighted. The photo was shot by royal favourite Matt Porteous and the Cambridge’s country home Anmer Hall and was chosen as their Christmas card image this year.
Everyone looks so relaxed!
The future King’s shirt is unbuttoned!
Charlotte and Louis are wearing hand-me-downs!
George is wearing jeans!
Kate’s shirt matches Williams!
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- Kate and George’s sweet Australian wildlife encounter is too adorable
- Princess Charlotte and Duchess Kate nipped into a pub for the cutest reason
- Charlotte and Kate just had the cutest mummy-daughter Christmas date
- Duchess Kate reveals the cute name her kids call Prince William
The very latest detail people are obsessing over is that Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte are practically adorable royal TWINS.
Just take a look! (below)
Side by side images of the wee siblings – shared on Instagram by royal enthusiasts – reveal that these mini royals really do look very much like each other, and much of it is down to the tight-lipped cheeky ‘almost smile’.
And to be fair we didn’t know that an ‘almost smile’ was a thing, but the royal family are mixing it up a lot lately so this must be their latest departure from the norm. Granted there’s something slightly different about the eyes … perhaps Charlotte’s are a little bigger? But apart from that minor details, they are dead ringers for one another.
We’d also like to note that Louis has the most epic eyebrows we’ve ever seen on a baby and it makes us love him all the more. Plus the way he’s holding onto Kate with his cute baby hand. Swoon. We love that too!
These little royals and their brother George will be spending Christmas with their Uncle Harry, Aunt Meghan, various cousins, grandparents and great-grandparents at Sandringham this year.
Here’s hoping there are even more sweet shots coming our way.
all images via Kensington Palace/Instagram