Royal fans have been embroiled in a frenzy by the striking similarities between Prince Harry and his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The side-by-side snapshots of the Duke of Sussex and a young Prince Philip attracted dozens of comments after they were shared on Instagram by Getty's real photographer, Chris Jackson.
Mr. Jackson, who currently covers the Australasian royal tour for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, explained that it resembled the resemblance between a recent picture of Harry, 34, and a 1957 magazine cover with Prince Philip, who was then 36 years old
The duke wears the same tropical blue and royal dress on the cover of the magazine his grandson wore at an ANZAC memorial on Saturday in Sydney with his pregnant wife, Meghan.
Real photographer Chris Jackson explained that he was surprised by the similarity between a recent photograph of Prince Harry, 34, and a 1957 magazine cover with his grandfather, Prince Philip, then 36, in the photo. Mr. Jackson shared the cover of the vintage magazine on Instagram.
Prince Harry wore the same tropical dress as the blues and royals when he joined his pregnant wife, the Duchess of Sussex, to open an ANZAC Memorial in Sydney on Saturday. Harry and Philip look very similar facial hair and look like eyes
Mr. Jackson shared the picture of Prince Philip along with one of Harry's in the engagement, in the photo. He wrote: I saw this beautiful 1957 vintage cover of a Paris Match magazine when I visited our wedding venue in France a couple of years ago. Who does that remind you of?
The fans agreed quickly, with a single writing: & # 39; Wow! Harry looks like Prince Phillip, while another one added: & # 39; I thought it was Harry for a second! & # 39;
Granted, one follower wrote: "They are very similar and their bond is undeniable, Harry gets his handsome look from his grandfather, and his mother, of course.
& # 39; Wow! Who knew that Prince Phillip was a ginger! Bravo, Harry, both his own man, but a similar heritage set! wrote a surprised admirer.
Elsewhere, another noted: "It's identical, Copy and Paste," and one argued: "I've been saying that for years! Both the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex resemble Prince Philip in many ways!
The fans soon agreed, one of them said that the resemblance between grandfather and grandson is "incredible". Another said it was like a & # 39; copy & paste & # 39; of the Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Harry's grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, is seen in Grimsby in 1958, a year after the cover of the magazine that now compares to the 34-year-old Duke of Sussex.
The image of Prince Philip, which Mr. Jackson speculated might have been colored from a negative in black and white, shows the young royal in the Tropical Dress of the Blues and Royals in a 1957 engagement.
His grandson, Harry, wearing the same uniform, dubbed his "Officer and Gentleman" attire, donned the same uniform when he joined his pregnant wife, the Duchess of Sussex, to open an ANZAC Memorial in Sydney on Saturday.
In a photo taken by one of Mr. Jackson's colleagues, the two are seen with very similar facial hair and have a very similar shape to the eyes and face.
Prince Harry paid tribute to the members of the Australian service by opening a new wing of a war memorial on Saturday, pictured, on another busy day of commitments to the royal tour.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle left a touching handwritten note in a wreath placed at the opening of the restored war memorial in Sydney's Hyde Park
Prince Harry served in the Army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours of Afghanistan. In the photo, the couple at the Sydney event on Saturday.
Commenting on his resemblance, Mr. Jackson wrote: "I saw this beautiful 1957 vintage cover of a Paris Match magazine when I visited our wedding venue in France a couple of years ago. Who does that remind you of?
Prince Harry paid tribute to the members of the Australian service by opening a new wing of a war memorial on Saturday before opening the Invictus Games while he and his wife Meghan continued their visit to Australia and the South Pacific.
A real tour of the couple, until now so happy, animated by the news that they are expecting their first baby, became solemn when the Duke of Sussex inaugurated the long-awaited extension of the Anzac Memorial in the Hyde Park of downtown Sydney on Saturday in the morning.