They wore similar outfits as babies, and they even have similar facial expressions.
Now that George is turning 8 years old, they coordinate in matching suits and ties.
Prince William was introduced to the public outside St. Mary's Hospital in London.
Princess Diana broke with — at the time — royal tradition and had William at the hospital instead of at home.
When Prince George was born, William held his son on those same steps.
They also posed on the steps of the hospital when their other two children were born.
William enjoyed playing with plastic baby toys.
Prince Charles and Diana posed with a 6-month-old William at Kensington Palace.
George liked stuffed animals.
Middleton and William kept him entertained on royal engagements.
William's confused expression when met with photographers was adorable.
William was photographed in Kensington Palace at 6 months old in 1982.
Similarly, George also didn't seem to understand why people wanted to take his picture.
He's since become more accustomed to cameras.
William wore red shorts and a white shirt with red embroidery in 1984.
He walked hand-in-hand with royal nanny Barbara Barnes.
George wore a nearly identical outfit in 2015.
The prince wore the red and white ensemble to his sister's christening in 2015.
William shook his headmistress' hand when his mother dropped him off at Wetherby School.
William shook the hand of Frederika Blair-Turner, the headmistress of Wetherby School, on his first day in 1989.
George gave the head of Thomas's Battersea the same cordial greeting when William accompanied him on his first day.
William reportedly works out with the other moms at Prince George's school after drop-off.
The two princes also have a penchant for appearing royally unimpressed.
While vacationing in Majorca, Spain, in 1987, William lounged on the steps of the Spanish royal palace.
Royal life is probably more fun as an adult.
He's already perfected a world-weary glare.
William joined his parents on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Colour in 1988.
Prince Harry stole the show.
George also attends Trooping the Colour.
Prince George joined the rest of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2019.
George matched his father in blue and red at an event celebrating essential workers in 2020.
The royal couple brought all three kids to a performance at London's Palladium Theatre in honor of first responders and key workers for their work during the pandemic.
The duo coordinated again when they wore matching suits to a soccer match between England and Germany in 2021.
George matched his father in a dark navy suit with a red-and-blue striped tie. George stood in between William and Middleton, who donned a red blazer to the sporting event.
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