Royal fans react to what George, Charlotte, and Louis might look like when older

The Cambridge children have had their photos run through FaceApp to make them look older – and the results have had royal fans in stitches.

FaceApp has a filter that allows people to see how they may look in a few years' time.

The company's website says its viral AI transformation "stormed the Internet" when it was first released as millions of us flocked to see whether we will age well or not.

And now, Prince George, 7, and his siblings Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, have been given the FaceApp treatment, courtesy of MyLondon.

The results may just shock you a little…

Prince Louis

A photo of Louis, the youngest of Will and Kate's kids was the first to be imported into the app.

Prince Louis of Cambridge was born on 23 April 2018 at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London.

The smiling toddler emerges with an impressive beard and grey mane but his paint-encrusted hands which give away his true age.

Possible celebrity lookalikes could be Bill Oddie, or maybe an older Daniel Radcliffe.

He's still got the boyish smile and young glint in his eye though.

Prince Louis is the fifth in line to the throne behind his grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William, and older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

He's a massive fan of tractors and possibly would suit one in his old age photo.

Princess Charlotte

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Next comes Louis' sister, Princess Charlotte.

She's now six, having been born in May 2015 at the same hospital as her brothers.

She is currently fourth in line to the throne, and in September 2019 started school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining older brother Prince George.

The photo shows Charlotte maintaining her lovely smile and her hair is a strong silvery grey after years of taking care of herself.

Prince George

The third in line to the throne is now seven and was recently pictured attending his first England game at Wembley Stadium.

He is said to be football crazy, but have years of supporting England and Chelsea taken a toll on his face?

The hair remains as crisply parted as ever and his smile beams – he must be thinking back to the first time he saw England win the Euros… well he thinks it's coming home!

According to The Sun, the young royal begins every day by playing Three Lions, the immortal footie tune devised by David Baddiel and Frank Skinner.

In a conversation with Frank at the Royal Variety Show, Prince William reportedly said: "I listen to your song every morning.

"Honestly, George plays it every morning ever since the World Cup."

Fans were in stitches at the images.

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One person wrote on Twitter: "Good to know our future King will look like Sandi Toksvig."

"I instantly thought it was Pat butcher," another wrote.

A third person added: "That’s not Prince George. It’s Pat from Eastenders."

Others said they resembled their family members.

"I see the Late Prince Philip in young Louis, I see HRM the Queen, in Princess Charlotte, and I see Lady Diana's Brother in Prince George. Good looks do run in their genes," one person wrote.

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