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Prince George, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

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Like father, like son!

At Princess Charlotte's christening in England on Sunday, her almost 2-year-old brother Prince George wore an adorable outfit nearly identical to the one sported by their father, Prince William when he was 2 and visiting his then-newborn brother Prince Harry at St. Mary's Hospital in London in September 1984.

George sported a Rachel Riley smocked short sleeve, collared white shirt with red trim and markings, paired with red shorts, white socks and black shoes. His shirt and shorts, which are sold as a set, retail for 85 pounds sterling ($132).

William had worn almost the same ensemble, with a slightly different patterned shirt.

William, George and Charlotte were all born at St. Mary's Hospital. George stole the show for photographers when his dad brought him to visit mother Kate Middleton and his newborn sister after she was born on May 2. Both sported blue, a color most often seen on George.

The royal family is all about tradition. Charlotte wore the same christening gown as George— handmade replica of a lace and satin garment used by the royal family for more than 170 years. The chapel where she was baptized, St. Mary Magdalene Church, is the same place where William's late mother Princess Diana was christened.