ROYAL fans have compared Princess Charlotte to Princess Diana’s niece Lady Kitty Spencer in a throwback photo.
Lady Kitty shared a childhood picture on Instagram to mark her 29th birthday. The post prompted her followers to point out her resemblance to Prince William and Kate’s four-year-old daughter Charlotte.
One Instagram user commented: “So cute -Can see beautiful Charlotte’s Spencer looks.”
Another wrote: “Charlotte looks so much like her.”
A third said: “This is Princess Charlotte’s twin.”
Another replied: “I thought it was Princess Charlotte.”
Princess Charlotte has been compared to Princess Diana’s niece Lady Kitty Spencer (Image GETTY)
Lady Kitty shared this childhood picture on Instagram to mark her 29th birthday (Image: INSTAGRAM)
One more added: “She resembles Princess Charlotte.”
In the photo, a young Lady Kitty can be seen at her Barbie-themed birthday party.
Diana’s niece captioned the post: “Thank you for such beautiful and kind birthday messages today.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better day surrounded by the people I love.
The post prompted her followers to point out her resemblance to Charlotte (Image: GETTY)
“Thank you to everybody who made it the most special birthday I can remember (although this Barbie party looked pretty cool too!)”
Comparisons between the pair come after Charlotte stole the show as she stepped out for the Royal Family’s traditional Christmas Day church service for the first time.
Charlotte and Prince George, six, walked from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church with their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The young royal wore a smart green coat that matched Kate’s accessories.
Lady Kitty celebrated her 29th birthday on Saturday (Image: GETTY)
Charlotte stole the show as she stepped out for the Royal Family’s traditional Christmas Day church service for the first time (Image: GETTY)
She smiled, waved and hugged well-wishers during the outing.
And the four-year-old curtseyed to the Queen in an adorable moment.
Gemma Clark, 39, who had traveled from Long Sutton in Lincolnshire, gave Charlotte an inflatable flamingo and said the four-year-old thanked her for the gift.
Ms. Clark said the flamingo was called Felicity, adding: “But Charlotte may call it whatever she likes now.”
She smiled, waved and hugged well-wishers during the outing (Image: GETTY)
She continued: “It was a birthday present. My sister bought me it for my birthday and I truthfully didn’t like it but we have adventures with her.”
Ms Clark, who was in a wheelchair, said Charlotte and George were “brilliant” and that they both hugged her.
She added: “It made my day. I’ve never seen the royal family, ever.
“This is my first time at Sandringham and I would love to do it again.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK