An unpublished photo of Kate Middleton from Christmas 1983 has delighted royal fans. Many have claimed she looks like Prince Louis.
The image, shared by the Princess of Wales on social media, shows the future royal at just under 2 years old, sitting at a candlelit table.
Kate posted the childhood photo as part of her “Shaping Us” campaign to highlight early childhood development.
The resemblance between Kate Middleton and Prince Louis
The photo has generated many comments on social media because of the resemblance between the princess and her son Louis.
The snapshot shared this December 18 shows a young Kate wearing a dark cardigan over a blue and white dress.
“Sharing some festive memories this Christmas,” is part of the text that accompanied the photograph.
Many netizens noted the striking resemblance to her 5-year-old son, Prince Louis.
One user wrote; “I see Prince Louis,” another expressed; “That’s literally Prince Louis if he was a girl,” and the comments continued; “I thought it was Louis at first! So cute!” another wrote; “Carbon copy Prince Louis,” some users couldn’t believe the resemblance; “You’re absolutely lying, this is Louis,” another user channeled all the comments saying; “I think we can all agree Louis is the spitting image of his mother, the Middleton gene is visible.”
Kate posted the childhood photo on social media as part of her Shaping Us campaign, which focuses on the first five years of a child’s life.
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The campaign addresses children’s developmental needs and caregivers’ vital role.
He also took the opportunity to remind people not to miss this year’s Together at Christmas carol concert, which was recorded at Westminster Abbey and will be broadcast in the UK on ITV on Christmas Eve.
The concert will include the participation of Kate’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, along with professionals and volunteers from British baby banks.
As patron of the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, Kate aspires with Shaping Us to create “happier, healthier and more nurturing societies.”