I'm looking at these pictures for about 10 minutes and I'm still amazed. This is the most amazing I've seen in a long time. It seems like the family members of Royal Family are clone-like. This is a case for X-Files
Style queen: Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and her great-great-greatgreat-granddaughter, Princess Beatrice, have similar faces and locks.
Spot the difference: Mary (1867-1953), King George V's consort, and granddaughter Queen Elizabeth II.
Regal likeness: The Queen Mother (1900-2002) and greatgranddaughter Princess Eugenie have moon-shaped faces.
By George! Prince Edward has inherited grandfather King George VI's (1895-1952) large ears.
Royal we: King Edward I (1239-1307) and Prince William, his 21 times great-grandson, share the same eyes and nose.
Golden curls: A young Queen Elizabeth II in 1930, and her granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor, Prince Edward's daughter.
Crowning glories: Queen consort Mary (1867-1953) and greatgranddaughter Princess Anne have the same hair and icy stare.
The eyes have it: Louis Frederick Prince of Wales (1707-1751) and Freddie Windsor, his five times great-grandson.
Hair to the throne: King George V (1865-1936) and Prince Michael of Kent, his similarly bearded grandson.
Long face: George III's consort Charlotte (1744-1818), and four times great-granddaughter Lady Gabriella Windsor.
God save the genes: George VI's sister Princess Mary (1897-1965), and Princess Anne, her great niece.
Spitting image: The nose and eyes of Edward VII (1841-1910) have been passed to great-great-grandson Charles.
Proud heritage: King George VI (1895-1952) and great-grandson William have similar eyes and lips.
High-profile: William can blame his hairline on greatgreatgreat-great-grandfather Prince Albert (1819-1861).
Mirror image: Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) and Marina Mowatt, her great-great-great-granddaughter.
No denying it: Striking family likeness between Princess Mary (1867-1953) and Harry, her great-great-grandson.