See why William and Harry think Prince George walks like Prince Charles (video)

Prince William and his brother Prince Harry were blown away by the similarities between Prince George and his grandfather Prince Charles as a young boy. The Duke of Cambridge made the observation as the royal duo watched old footage of their father playing as a young child.

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The pair were watching a home video from the Queen's personal ciné films, which shows a young Prince Charles striding confidently across the garden towards his mother and young sister Princess Anne, who is sitting in a pram.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYPrince George is said to act just like Prince Charles as a young boy.

"He walks like George…" Harry noted, prompting his brother to agree: "He does walk like George."

Harry continued: "Or George walks like him. It's the purpose to the walk."

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The royal siblings said they probably had similar experiences when they were children. William told Harry: "We've probably chased each other around that garden a few times as well."

The footage will air in the new BBC documentary Elizabeth at 90 – A Family Tribute.

His brother replied: "Not for a little while. In the early days when Gan-Gan was around."

The footage will air in the new BBC documentary Elizabeth at 90 – A Family Tribute on Thursday night. The BBC One show will see various members of the royal family take part and contribute their own personal insights into the monarch's life.

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Created by film-maker John Bridcut, the insightful programme features several pieces of exclusive footage from Her Majesty's personal archives, recorded by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, and Her Majesty's late parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

It also sees Prince Harry open up about his relationship with his grandmother, explaining: "I still view her more as the Queen than my grandmother. You have this huge amount of respect for your boss and I always view her as my boss – but occasionally as a grandmother."

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