Royal fans spot Princess Charlottes walking habit that is identical to Diana

Royal fans were left gushing over the way Princess Charlotte walks as they claim she "looks identical to Diana".

The eight-year-old daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales captured the attention of royal supporters as she arrived at today's Trooping the Colour alongside her brothers Prince George and Prince Louis.

Charlotte was seen with her hair in plaits, wearing a red and white dress in celebration of the King's birthday.

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But while fans took to social media complimenting how "beautiful" the young princess looked — people couldn't help but notice the way she walks.

In a clip, which is circulating on social media, Princess Charlotte was seen walking alongside her brothers, taking strides which fans believe is similar to her grandmother, Diana, the former Princess of Wales, who died in August 1997.

One user said: "Omg there's something about the way Princess Charlotte is striding there that reminds me of Princess Diana."

Another added: "Omg Charlotte walks like Diana."

A third commented: "Does Princess Charlotte's stride here remind you of the way Princess Diana used to walk? I thought of Diana immediately. She had a very distinctive stride and it looks like Charlotte has it too."

"It feels strange to say but there is an uncanny resemblance!" a fourth wrote.

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This year, Trooping the Colour will not only mark the first extra birthday for the King but also the 260th birthday of the British Sovereign.

Buckingham Palace said: "His Majesty King Charles III will hold the appointment of Colonel-in-Chief of the Regiments of Household Division.

"The Trooping the Colour has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign for over 260 years. 2023 will mark His Majesty King Charles III’s first Trooping the Colour as Sovereign."

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