Prince Louis is celebrating his fourth birthday on Saturday (April 23) – but many fans of the Royal Family have spotted a striking resemblance to one of his parents.
The youngest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton was seen beaming from ear to ear as he enjoyed a day out at the beach with his family close to their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
To celebrate the youngster's birthday, Kensington Palace shared a string of images taken by Kate, 40, after they escaped London during the Easter holidays to be with family.
Now, many fans have noticed that the youngest Cambridge has a striking resemblance to his dad, Prince William, 39.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Handsome 4-year-old at that, can really see William in Louis's features here. Happy Birthday, Prince Louis."
A second went on to say: "Unbelievable! How is Louis no longer a baby?! He is so tall and grown-up, absolutely adorable. Happy 4th Birthday to our cheeky (not so little) boy!"
"Time flies, doesn't it? How do they grow up so quickly? Adorable little boy," gushed another.
Before a fourth commented: "Wow, hasn't he grown up!"
"Like father, like son, Happy 4rth birthday to Prince Louis," said another.
However, some royal enthusiasts also pointed out that Louis looks like his grandfather, Michael Middleton, with one penning: "Prince Louis is the picture of his grandfather, Michael Middleton. Just look at his eyes!"
"He is so adorable, looks so much like his Grandpa Michael," added another.
As the tot continues to grow, it is believed he will join his siblings, Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six, at a new school as the Cambridge's prepare to wave goodbye to London.
Reports claim that William and Kate are "progressing rapidly" with a move to Berkshire after spending their married life and early years as a family at Kensington Palace.
The Daily Mail reports that George and Charlotte will be transferring from Thomas' School in Battersea to one closer to their new home, along with young Louis.
Sources claimed that the family have had their eyes on a Grade II listed home, complete with a regal tower towards the southern end of Windsor Great Park, close to where William's great, great uncle King Edward VIII signed his official abdication papers.
Fort Belvedere which is owned by the Crown will bring the family closer to William's grandmother, the Queen, who swapped Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle, as well as Kate's family in Bucklebury.
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