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Seeing double: Prince Harry and Prince Philip could have passed as brothers in their youth

The genes run strong in the British Royal Family.

By Bella Brennan
As soon as a new baby is born, proud parents and relatives are always quick to try and spot family resemblances in their bub.
And it's no different for the British Royal Family, who's strong genes and features are cropping up in the next generation.
Whether it's Prince William's Diana-like pout, Archie's Harry-esque ginger hair or Prince George's sweet cross-over with his dad Prince William - royal watchers can't get enough of pointing out the similarities.
But perhaps the most special royal lookalike is that of Prince Harry's and his late paternal grandfather Prince Philip when he was a military man.
In the wake of the Duke Of Edinburgh's recent passing on April 9, royal watchers have revisited the pair's spooky likeness.
One image of note is a vintage cover of Paris Match from 1957 featuring a bearded Prince Philip during his navy days ,which bears an uncanny resemblance to a rugged Prince Harry when he had facial hair.
They could have seriously passed as brothers!
Keep scrolling as we round up the best royal lookalikes of all time!

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