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Prince Harry lookalike: this vintage photo of King Charles III in the arms of Elizabeth II for Mother's Day

2023-03-19T12:02:18.827Z


For Mother's Day, this Sunday, March 19, 2023, King Charles III had a thought for Queen Elizabeth II. He shared a souvenir photo that did not fail to make fans of the royal family react.


Mother's Day, celebrated this Sunday, March 19 across the Channel (and June 6 in France,

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) has a taste of nostalgia for King Charles III.

It has now been six months since Queen Elizabeth II died at her home in Balmoral, Scotland.

On this particular day, the new sovereign wished to pay tribute to the late monarch by sharing a vintage photo of him with her on the social networks of the British royal family.

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"To all mothers around the world, and to those who may be missing their mom today, we are thinking of you and wishing you a special Mother's Day," the post captioned.

The monarch appears in the photo wearing an elegant taupe-colored dress, accessorized with a pearl necklace, carrying Charles III, then a little boy, on her knees.

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A second shot accompanies this one.

This time we see Queen Consort Camilla with her own mother, Rosalind Cubitt, who died in 1994 at the age of 72.

The most moving tribute did not fail to make royal fans react.

“Have you noticed how much Harry when he was a baby looks like the king?”, “Prince Harry and his children look so much like the king”, “I see Harry in this photo”, could we read in comments.

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Ahead of his scheduled May 6 coronation in London, King Charles will make his first state visit next week to France, then Germany, with his wife Queen Consort Camilla.

Source: lefigaro

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