Do Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby photos reveal what Baby Sussex will look like?

Behold, the first photograph of Baby Sussex!

Kind of! Sort of. OK, we do know that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first child, and what better way to glimpse into the future than to look back at the parents-to-be's own baby photos to get a rough estimation of what their offspring might look like?

Will Baby Sussex inherit dad's trademark ginger hair? Will he or she have mom's literally perfect bone structure? Turns out, there is an easy, fun and basically scientific way to find out. Step one: Find pictures of both Prince Harry (left) and Meghan Markle (right) when they, themselves, were babies.

 

Aww!

Step two: Have your on-call composite artist -- our graphic guy is the best and brightest in the biz -- magically cobble together the photos and, viola. Sound the royal trumpets, here is your first (very, very, very unofficial) look Baby Sussex:

Whoa.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot last May and Kensington Palace announced in October that Markle is expecting. She is reportedly due in late April or early May -- which means this mockup won't need to tide you over too long until the world meets the newest royal baby.

For any and all Baby Sussex scoop, keep reading below!

RELATED: What will Harry and Meghan name their baby?

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1. Diana, named after Prince Harry and Prince William's late mother. One of Princess Charlotte's middle names is Diana. 

2. Victoria, named after Queen Victoria who was crowned monarch in 1838. She is often seen as helping have shaped the modern monarchy and their relationship with the greater world. Her son Edward VII ruled until 1910. 

Victoria is one of Princess Eugenie's middle names.

3. Alice for either Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone (Queen Victoria's granddaughter) or Princess Alice of Battenberg (Prince Philip's mother). 

Princess Anne and Lady Louise share the middle name. 

4. Arthur is the middle name for both Prince William, Prince Charles and Prince Louis. It's the given name for Queen Elizabeth's father Prince George. It was also used in the royal family generations ago, as the name for one of Princess Victoria's sons. It can be dated back to medieval history, as well. 

5. James, which dates back to the royal family in the 1600s and is the name of the queen's youngest grandchild James, Viscount Severn who was born in 2007. 
6. Elizabeth as in Queen Elizabeth II and her namesake, Queen Elizabeth I. Elizabeth is also the name of Queen Elizabeth II's mother, as well as the middle name of Kate Middleton, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, Lady Louise and Princess Charlotte. That's a lot of Elizabeths. 

7. Alexandra as in Queen Elizabeth's grandmother and Princess Alexandra, the queen's cousin. It's also the queen's middle name. Prince George has the middle name Alexander.

8. Sofia/Sophia, although the name isn't popular for the British royal family. It's currently one of the most popular names for girls in the United States, and the 11th most popular name for girls in England. 
9. Grace, possibly as in Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco and Princess Diana's close friend.
10. Mary, as in the queen's grandmother Mary of Teck and Queen of the UK. It's also the queen's middle name, Princess Beatrice's middle name and Lady Louise Windsor's middle name.
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