- After seeing a snap of Prince Philip in the 1950s, there's no denying that his genes run strongly in the blood of his grandson, Prince Harry
- Heading online, the royal photographer shared a snap of a 50s magazine cover that featured a much younger and very handsome Prince Philip
- Within an instant social media users spotted the uncanny resemblance between the grandson Harry and his grandfather
Social media users were recently blown away after the royal family's photographer, Chris Jackson, headed to his Instagram page to share a snap of a magazine cover that featured a much young Prince Philip.
"I was reminded today of this incredible vintage @parismatch_magazine from 1957 I acquired a few years ago. I was blown away the minute I spotted it. It always reminds me of the unique, historic reference points that Royal photography provides.
"The front cover features a fantastically suave Prince Philip on tour with The Queen, check out my stories to see inside," he captioned the snap.
Many people quickly spotted just how much the young Prince Philip looked like his grandson Prince Harry and admittedly the two of them could be twins - that is if they weren't grandpa and grandson of course.
Many people headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"Looks like Harry."
"He looks like Prince Harry!"
"Harry looks so much like Phillip."
"Reminds me of Harry."
"I’ve always thought Harry resembles this grandfather, and this photo is proof why."
"Totally did a double-take thinking it was Harry."
Briefly News also reported that Meghan Markle will reportedly not be attending Prince Philip's funeral, which is taking place on Saturday, 17 April. Meghan, who is heavily pregnant, was advised against travelling by her doctor.
Since the trip is a whole 10 hours from Meghan and Harry's home in Santa Barbara, California, to London where the funeral will be held, it's understandable that her doctor would have some concerns.
Prince Harry, however, will be making the trip while his pregnant wife stays home, royal reporter Omid Scoobie recently wrote in a statement tweet on behalf of the royal family.
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