Royals, they're just like us!
Kensington Palace released adorable first photos of newborn Prince Louis and his older sister, Princess Charlotte, on Saturday, and fans quickly noticed something familiar about the photos.
The photos, taken on Charlotte's third birthday May 2 just two weeks after Louis' birth, show the royal tots sporting hand-me-downs!
See Prince Louis' first official portraits:
As People pointed out, Charlotte is rocking a blue cardigan in the photos that older brother Prince George, 4, wore two years ago in a 2016 official portrait of great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth and some of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren around her 90th birthday celebration. The $52 blue sweater comes from Spanish brand Fina Ejerique. The brand's designer told People she "couldn’t be happier to see little Princess Charlotte wearing the same cardigan Prince George once wore."
The Queen surrounded by her two youngest grandchildren and her five great-grandchildren #Queenat90 This is the first in a series of official photographs released today to mark The Queen's 90th birthday. They were taken at Windsor Castle just after Easter by renowned portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz. From left: James, Viscount Severn, Lady Louise, Mia Tindell, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Savannah Phillips, Prince George and Isla Phillips.
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In addition to Charlotte donning George's old sweater, Louis also wore the same white jumper that Charlotte wore in her first official portraits three years ago in 2015. The white onesie comes from another Spanish brand, Irulea, and was given to William and Kate by the mother of their children's nanny, Maria.
Prince Louis will likely be seen next in July, when he's expected to be christened. Kate and Will will make their first official post-baby appearance together at Prince Harry's upcoming May 19 nuptials with Meghan Markle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
See photos from Prince Louis' royal debut last month: