Royal Children Who Look Just Like Their Relatives
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By LOUISA MARSHALL
Zara & Princess Royal
Mary, Princess Royal, was born in 1897, but that doesn’t stop certain genetic features from being passed down through generations. She shares the same strong brow line, angular nose, and soft jaw line with Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne.
Elizabeth II & Queen Mary
Queen Elizabeth II was often compared to Mary of Teck, queen consort to King George V. Young Queen Elizabeth resembled her grandmother around the nose and eyes, displaying that familial genes were strong on the queen consort's side.
William & Edward I
For Prince William, we go all the way back to the 14th-century ruler of Great Britain, King Edward I. These two royals have similar brow bones, deep-set eyes, aristocratic noses, and lips; they even appear to have near-identical smiles, hair and skin coloring.
Eugenie & Queen Mother
Princess Eugenie, the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, is the spitting image of her great-grandmother, the Queen Mother, as Hello! Magazine notes, the two share the same "oval shaped eyes" and "moon-shaped face." They also share similar eyebrows and lips.
Louise & Elizabeth II
Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of the queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, has often been compared to her late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, when she was young. They share facial features with their soft gaze, rose-like cheeks, and delicate brow bones.