Royal fans can't help but notice baby August's resemblance to the Queen in new close-up photo of his face

Can you see baby August's likeness to his great-grandmother, the Queen?

The Queen baby August
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Royal fans couldn't help but notice Princess Eugenie's baby son August's resemblance to the Queen when she shared new photos of the little one, in honor of Jack Brooksbank's first Father's Day as a dad.


Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed their first son in February of this year and have shared a handful of photographs of him since. 

To mark Jack's first Father's Day as a daddy to little royal baby August, Princess Eugenie treated her Instagram followers to another glimpse inside the couple's life as new parents. 

"Happy Father's Day to you my love.. you are the ultimate father to our boy!! 😘," Eugenie, who lives with Jack and August at Frogmore Cottage, penned beside the sweet snaps. 

The carousel of images features a particularly special shot of little August with his head resting on his father's shoulder, with Jack smiling at the camera. 

The picture shows a clear image of the little one's side profile and commenters couldn't help but spot a family resemblance. 

"I hope this doesn’t sound silly, but I can see our Queen in August ❤️," one wrote. 

"I thought same thing! He has the Queen’s eyes! 😍," another agreed, while a third chipped in to add, "I thought the same when I saw his eyes!"

Others highlighted that August appears to have similarities to the Queen's father King George VI and her grandfather, King George V. 

Her Majesty shared an incredibly touching photo of her younger self, standing beside her father, her late husband Prince Philip and her eldest son, Prince Charles, at Balmoral Castle, as her own way to mark Father's Day.

"To all dads everywhere, we wish you a very special Father’s Day," the upload on the royal family Instagram page read. 

"To mark #FathersDay we are sharing this photograph of The Queen with her father, King George VI, and Prince Philip watching a young Prince Charles sitting on a statue at Balmoral in 1951."