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Prince George looks just like Prince William aged 7 in new birthday pictures

Prince George, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s eldest child, will celebrate his seventh birthday tomorrow, July 22. To mark the special occasion Kate and William have released two adorable pictures of the young royal – and the resemblance to his father is uncanny.

The first portrait shows Prince George smiling directly at the camera, as he wears a brown polo shirt and grey denim trousers.

The second image is a slightly more candid snap, as the young royal stands sideways on while wearing a green khaki t-shirt.

Kate, who is an amateur photographer and often shares photos of the Royal Family, took both snaps of her eldest son earlier this month.

The two celebratory photographs show a striking likeness between Prince George and his father, Prince William when he was the same age.

Two photos of William from when he was seven-years-old show that Prince George certainly takes after his father.

The first image, of William in his school uniform alongside his parents Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, is of a terrific likeness to George.

His hair is very similar, with George taking his father’s fair hair.

A second photograph shows William staring directly at the camera and highlights how his eldest son shares similar facial features.

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She wore a cute gingham dress and had half her hair neatly tied back for the series of photographs.

More recently, images were released to mark both Prince William’s 38th birthday and Fathers Day, as both fell on the same day.

Kate captured her family in a series of candid poses in the grounds of Anmer Hall on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

In one image, William and his three youngsters sit on a tree-swing posing for the camera, and in another, the children clamber on top of their father as he lies grinning on the ground.

Kate’s ability to capture Royal Family members at ease has been praised by royal watchers.

The Telegraph’s royal editor Camilla Tominey praised the Duchess for being able to capture such candid photographs.

She said: “When it comes to seeing the ‘real’ royals behind their public personas, the Duchess is fast becoming the monarchy’s leading chronicler of modern royal life.”



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