January 17, 2020
Prince William has a doppelgänger – and it’s his daughter, Princess Charlotte. 
Prince William Thought A Photo Of Himself Was Princess Charlotte
During a visit to the city of Bradford on Wednesday, William and Kate Middleton were shown a gorgeous dessert created in honour of their arrival at the Khidmat Centre. 
The exhibit featured photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, all the way from their baby photos to their wedding day to the births of their children. While examining the decadent desserts and intricate details that went into every fruitcake and cupcake, William’s eyes landed on a photo that he thought looked just like his daughter, Charlotte. When the creator of the red, white, blue and gold creation said that it was actually his baby picture, William simply couldn’t believe it. 
“Is that me?” William repeated while looking at the photo. “Oh my goodness. Because that looks just like Charlotte. That is incredible ― I hadn’t seen that.”
Kate agreed that his picture in the “clever” design also looked so much like Charlotte. 
The creator of the display did the work all on her own and said that it took her a couple of days to complete. The visit to Bradford was the couple’s first public appearance since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced last week that they plan to step back as senior members of the royal family. 
During the visit, the Duchess of Cambridge also shared that she and William likely won’t be expecting a fourth child. 
“I don’t think William wants any more,” Kate told a royal fan, according to People.Subscribe to HuffPost’s Watching the Royals newsletter for all things Windsor (and beyond).Related... Prince Harry's Old Comments About The Royals Are So Relevant Now Queen Summons Senior Royals To Crisis Talks Queen Agrees 'Period Of Transition' To Allow Harry And Meghan To Start Their 'New Life'
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