Princess Charlotte and Prince George look like Kate Middleton & Prince William in Attenborough video

Royal fans were struck by the strong resemblance between the Cambridge children and their parents in a video released over the weekend. 

Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two, appeared on camera to ask Sir David Attenborough their burning wildlife questions in a clip shared by Kensington Palace. 

Delighted royal fans were quick to note how much Charlotte takes after her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, while others said George is becoming his father Prince William‘s ‘mini me’. 

Royal fans were struck by the strong resemblance between the Cambridge children and their parents in a new video. Standing with his hands clasped behind his back - a stance often adopted by his father and grandfather Prince Charles - George looked just like William

Prince William on a visit to Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2016

Daddy’s double: Royal fans were struck by the strong resemblance between the Cambridge children and their parents. Standing with his hands clasped behind his back – a stance often adopted by his father and grandfather Prince Charles – George (left) looked just like William

Family resemblance! Royal fans took to Instagram to share their delight at the similarities

Family resemblance! Royal fans took to Instagram to share their delight at the similarities

Responding to royal fan account teatimewiththecambridges, one Instagram user posted: ‘George is becoming a mini William, even in the way he talks and carries himself.’

Another wrote: ‘George is so William when we talks and Charlotte sound exactly like Kate but her gestures are so Diana!!’

A third observed: ‘I’ve never thought George looked that much like William but when he talks… wow! He has his mannerisms!’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge filmed their three children in the grounds of Kensington Palace. 

Charlotte looked off camera and held her hands in front of her - just like mother Kate - as she asked Sir David: 'Hello David Attenborough, I like spiders, do you like spiders too?'

The Duchess of Cambridge at Sandringham in December 2018

Mummy’s mini me: Charlotte looked off camera and held her hands in front of her – just like mother Kate (right) – as she asked Sir David: ‘Hello David Attenborough, I like spiders, do you like spiders too?’ Viewers also noted how much her voice sounded like her mother’s

Growing up! Several fans noted how mature George and Charlotte seemed in the video

Growing up! Several fans noted how mature George and Charlotte seemed in the video 

Standing with his hands clasped behind his back – a stance often adopted by his father and grandfather Prince Charles – George looked just like William as he confidently asked: ‘Hello David Attenborough, what animal do you think will become extinct next?’

He was followed by his sister Charlotte, who looked off camera and held her hands in front of her – just like mother Kate – as she asked Sir David: ‘Hello David Attenborough, I like spiders, do you like spiders too?’

Viewers were also struck by how much the five-year-old’s voice sounded like her mother’s.  

Louis' debut: The clip also marked the first time Prince Louis, who is two-and-a-half, has been heard talking on camera. He half-shouted as he asked: 'What animal do you like?'

Louis’ debut: The clip also marked the first time Prince Louis, who is two-and-a-half, has been heard talking on camera. He half-shouted as he asked: ‘What animal do you like?’ 

Commenting on the video on ITV’s This Morning, royal expert Camilla Tominey noted Prince William and Kate Middleton appear to be eager to give their children a voice. 

QUESTIONS THE YOUNG ROYALS ASKED SIR DAVID

Prince Louis: ‘What animal do you like?’

Sir David: ‘I think I like monkeys best because they’re such fun! They can jump all over the place and they don’t bite. Some do but if you’re careful they don’t. They’re so funny and I like them a lot. Mind you, you can’t have monkeys sitting around the home because that’s not where they live. They live out in the forest.  

Prince George: What animal do you think will become extinct next?’

Sir David: ‘Let’s hope there won’t be any. There are lots of things we can do when animals are in danger of extinction. We can protect them.’

Princess Charlotte: ‘I like spiders, do you like spiders too?’

Sir David: ‘I love spiders, I’m so glad you like them! I think they’re wonderful things. Why is it that people are so frightened of them?’   

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She said: ‘They didn’t have that plumier voice, did they. Ordinarily royal children are seen not heard but the Cambridge’s obviously want them to have a voice.

‘Attenborough has had this lifelong connection with the royal family – this relationship has continued and William and Kate made no secret of the fact that the children love his nature programmes.

‘That’s quite in tune with how the Cambridge’s during lockdown. I think it’s a sense of them understanding they [the public] want to see the children are up to, of course there’s an interest and this no frills approach shows that they are different in their lifestyle but we are bringing up these children grounded.’

The clip also marked the first time Prince Louis, who is two-and-a-half, has been heard talking on camera. He half-shouted as he asked: ‘What animal do you like?’

The three children join a host of famous faces – including David Beckham, Billie Eilish and Dame Judi Dench – who have also quizzed Sir David to mark the launch of his film David Attenborough: A Life on This Planet.

According to royal correspondent Emily Nash at Hello! magazine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children recorded their questions for the veteran broadcaster before they met him in person last month. 

Sir David joined Prince William to watch the film – which is about the veteran broadcaster’s 70-year career as a conservationist and the environmental crisis facing the planet – in the garden at Kensington Palace. 

Socially distanced in the open air, the Duke of Cambridge and Sir David were offered directors’ chairs with their names printed on the back – but as a joke they sat in each other’s seats.  

Sir David Attenborough received a reception worthy of the hottest Tinseltown star from three eager young fans, Princes George, seven, and Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five, after the screening of his new documentary last week

Sir David Attenborough received a reception worthy of the hottest Tinseltown star from three eager young fans, Princes George, seven, and Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five, after the screening of his new documentary last week

He presented George, seven, with a tooth from an extinct giant shark, which lived 23 million years ago, which he had found on a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s

He presented George, seven, with a tooth from an extinct giant shark, which lived 23 million years ago, which he had found on a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s

Socially distanced in the open air, the Duke of Cambridge and Sir David were offered directors' chairs with their names printed on the back – but as a joke they sat in each other's seats

Socially distanced in the open air, the Duke of Cambridge and Sir David were offered directors’ chairs with their names printed on the back – but as a joke they sat in each other’s seats

The pair then watched the 80-minute film, and Sir David gave the Prince a copy of the accompanying book. 

After the screening, the naturalist received a reception worthy of the hottest Tinseltown star from three eager young fans, Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte, five.

He presented George, seven, with a tooth from an extinct giant shark, which lived 23 million years ago, which he had found on a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s.  

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