Royal Family Releases Striking New Prince William Photo—and Fans Think He Looks Just Like Mom Princess Diana

Another week, another eye-catching solo royal photo.

On June 19, Prince William attended day two of the 2024 Royal Ascot in England. A carousel of photos was shared on Instagram following the annual event, which, according to the royal family’s website, is considered “Britain’s most popular race meeting” that is often attended by members of the British royal family.

The first photo in the slideshow shows the Prince of Wales, 41, standing out while surrounded by other Royal Ascot attendees. The royal father of three looks quite calm and stoic as he is seen wearing a morning suit and a top hat, which is similar to the attire he wore during the Sovereign’s Garden Party he hosted at Buckingham Palace back in May.

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The caption read, “A pleasure to be at Royal Ascot @ascotracecourse for a thrilling afternoon of racing. Congratulations to Ryan Moore, Aidan O’Brien and of course Auguste Rodin on winning The Prince of Wales’s Stakes!”

In the comments section of the post, royal fans couldn’t help but gush over the Prince of Wales. One person wrote, “The Prince of Wales is looking very handsome [white heart emoji].” Another commenter pointed out how much he resembles his late mom, Princess Diana, writing, “Looks like Diana in this photo!”

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This solo photo of the future king comes a week after the British royal family shared a striking snapshot of the prince from a recent public event.

In a snapshot taken of the royal while attending a ceremony dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings, the Prince of Wales can be seen walking onstage alone with a crowd awaiting him in the audience. In the pic, he is wearing a navy blue suit with shiny dress shoes.

Keep the solo photos coming, Prince William.

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