Royals fans have gone wild over Prince George’s appearance at last night’s Jubilee celebrations – with many pointing out his likeness to his great uncle Charles Spencer.
The eight-year-old royal got into the celebratory spirit as he joined his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge alongside his sister Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis ‘s Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace.
The family joined the nation in singing along to acts including Alicia Keys, Duran Duran and Craig David.
And many fans were quick to comment on how similar the young prince looked to Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer, with his beaming smile and blonde locks.
Fans flooded social media with their thoughts, with one posting: ‘Definitely a Spencer, just like his papa.’
Royals fans have gone wild over Prince George’s (left) appearance at last night’s Jubilee celebrations – with many pointing out his likeness to his great uncle Charles Spencer (right)
Another added: ‘George is Spencer, Charlotte is Windsor and Louis is Middleton…all kind.;
Another commented: ‘Since he was very little, the resemblance was remarkable.’
‘Have always thought he looks so much like Uncle Charles!’ a fourth added.
‘I think he looks like Charles!’ another wrote, ‘Even the hairline!’
Many fans were quick to comment on how similar the young prince looked to Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer, with his beaming smile and blonde locks (left, Charles in 2005 and right, Prince George)
Earl Spencer, 57, lives at his family seat, Althorp House, in the Northamptonshire countryside.
Charles has been custodian of the Althorp estate since the death of his father, John Spencer, in 1992, and he often posts updates about its stunning grounds and history to his social media accounts.
Last night, Prince George charmed fans when he was spotted singing along to Sweet Caroline during the Queen’s Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace.
The eight-year-old royal belted out the lyrics as Sir Rod Stewart performed on stage in one of many adorable moments at the star-studded concert.
Many of those watching were blown away by how much the little royal resembled Princess Diana’s brother
George, who on Saturday made a surprise visit to Cardiff with his parents and sister, appeared in excellent spirits as he laughed and joked with his father in the Royal Box.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and their husbands were also in attendance.
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, who on Saturday carried out engagements in Northern Ireland, also watched on from the stands, along with their children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 14.
Princess Anne, who attended the Epsom Derby with her children and their respective partners over the weekend, took her seat next to her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.
The Queen’s eldest grandchild Peter Phillips brought along his daughters Savannah, 12, and Isla, 11, who waved flags as the concert got underway.
The Royal Family turned out to show their support for the Queen as she celebrates 70 years on the throne.
With their sweeping blonde hair, strong nose and deep-set eyes, royal fans said Prince George (left) was the double of Charles (right)
The heir to the throne shares many similarities with his great uncle, including his blonde locks and broad smile (left and right)
While she was forced to miss out amid ongoing health struggles, she still managed to steal the show by starring opposite a computer generated Paddington Bear in a hilarious sketch to open the concert.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle did not attend the concert in person, and instead are believed to have watched the event in Windsor with the Queen.
The Queen brought the house down when she was joined for a cream tea by Paddington.
For the 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, James Bond famously made an appearance with the Queen – and now it was the turn of everyone’s favourite Peruvian bear – who was filmed alongside the monarch.
Prince George got into the celebratory spirit as he sung along to Sweet Caroline during the Queen ‘s Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace
Kate Middleton sung along to one of the performances as the concert got underway at Buckingham Palace on Saturday
The Queen revealed she shares Paddington’s love of marmalade sandwiches and keeps an emergency stash in her trademark handbag.
The film was shown as the star-studded party in the shadow of Buckingham Palace began, and the Queen and her furry guest had a novel way of introducing the first act – tapping out the beat of Queen’s We Will Rock You on China teacups.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who earlier made a surprise visit to Cardiff Castle with their parents for a Jubilee event, sat in the front row of the royal box for the concert, alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
Members of the Royal Family joined them in the VIP seats, as did politicians including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Seven-year-old Princess Charlotte looked delighted and pulled faces as she took her seat next to her big brother George
Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, brought along their two eldest children as the Royal Family turned out in force for the historic concert in London
Prince George looked delighted as he watched the concert with his father the Duke of Cambridge
Queen + Adam Lambert have delivered an electric opening to the BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace concert with a selection of classic hit songs.
American singer Lambert, 40, took to the stage dressed in a black and gold embellished coat to continue the beat alongside the Royal military band.
The rock band’s guitarist Brian May made another memorable entrance on stage by being raised from beneath the stage while shredding on his guitar.
May created a classic moment 20 years ago, during the 2002 Golden Jubilee celebrations, when he performed God Save The Queen on Buckingham Palace’s roof.
The Duchess of Cambridge leaned across to speak to her children as the concert got underway outside the palace
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family, centre, led the royal arrivals at the Platinum Party at the palace
The Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal attend the Platinum Party at the Palace