Guess who? Royal baby faces
With Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge due to pop any time now, CNN asked experts what they thought the baby would look like. They said the new royal baby may have slightly darker skin (because Kate's more olive complexion is dominant over William's ligher skin). The eyes are also likely to be green like Kate's, rather than blue like William's. As for hair color, there's only a 6% chance the baby is going to end up ginger like his Uncle Harry. Plus, the baby is expected to grow very tall, well over 6 feet no matter the gender.
With speculation at fever pitch, we dug up the photos of a few royals when they were toddlers. See if you can ID them. Or find out if they grew up as good-looking (or less so) than their younger selves.
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