Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and little Archie are all adorable kids – but what will the youngest members of the Royal Family look like in 20 years time?
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are already well used to being in the public spotlight, having spent their entire lives in front of the cameras.
People around the world are fascinated by them, as well as their cousin Archie, and can’t get enough of the sweet updates from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry , Meghan Markle and other members of the Royal Family.
There is always discussion about which parent they look like, and people are forever comparing photos of royal relatives.
But what will the royal tots look like when they grow up?
Beauty website Cosmetify has put together a bizarre set of concept images showing what they believe could be the future.
Age – 27
“George has been envisaged with a slicked-to-the-side blonde quiff, with hair beginning to recede, like William’s. With a nose similar to Kate’s, he also has a solid jaw and round, brown eyes.”
Age – 25
“Charlotte has been imagined to sport dark hair like her mother but dyed darker. Her slim nose and piercing eyes remain the same, though her jaw is slightly more chiselled.”
Age – 22
“The team has imagined that Archie will take Harry’s hair colour but slightly darker, in tight curls. The nose takes after Harry’s, whilst the eyes are more similar to Meghan’s. Archie has freckles and a light beard.”
Age – 30
“Savannah has got extremely fair hair like her mother, and is wearing it in a tight bun. Her nose and eyes take after her mother, whilst the mouth is closer to Phillip’s.”
There are now lots of children in the Royal Family, and the Queen and Prince Philip are proud great-grandparents of eight.
Savannah Phillips, the daughter of Princess Anne’s son Peter and his wife Autumn, is the eldest and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the youngest.
Even though he’s cousin Prince George will be king one day, and he is currently seventh in line to the throne, little Archie doesn’t have a royal title.
The decision was made when he was born earlier this year, and is likely to be part of his parents’ plans to give him a normal life.
Princess Anne made the same decision with her children Mark and Zara, giving them the opportunity to have careers and independence from the Firm.