Royal fans rave over how Lilibet is the spitting image of mum Meghan Markle at the same age | The Sun

EAGLED-EYED royal fans have spotted how Lilibet looks just like her mum, Meghan Markle at the same age.

One fan on Twitter shared a side-by-side photo of the youngster, who turned one during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, and her mum at the same age.

The two pictures show that Lilibet has definitely taken after her mum, Meghan Markle, with her adorable up-turned nose and big brown eyes she looks the spitting image of her mum at the same age.

Of course, Lilibet has also taken after her royal dad, Harry, with her bright red hair.

The royal fan who pointed out the uncanny resemblance between mother and daughter wrote: "MEGHAN & LILI when they were one year old."

And royal fans couldn't help but gush at how cute the photos were.


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One wrote: "You're right, other than Harry's red hair she looks like Meghan. She won this round."

Another praised: "They're both too freaking cute. And their mamas are just gorgeous too."

A third commented: "She got both her parents' face… So cute!"

Meanwhile, another added: "Mom's face. Dad's Colour and hair. Stunning combination."

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A fifth penned: "2 beautiful mothers and 2 beautiful children."

The youngster, who was also named after her great-grandmother, had the world in awe when her first birthday photos were shared with the world last week.

She also got the chance to meet her great-grandmother as the family flew out to the UK after Megxit to celebrate the Queen's 70-year reign.

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