Prince George has been charming many royal watchers and fans with his adorable expressions and cute antics. A latest report has compiled a list of the royal toddler’s expressions to compare it with other members of the royal family.

Over the years, the royal toddler has been photographed displaying his cherubic smile, as well as his silly side. A report posted on Hello magazine has enumerated some of the young prince’s best expressions that he may have inherited from his royal parents, uncle, grandfather and even his great grandmother.

One of the features that many royal fans may have noticed in Prince George would be the royal toddler’s rosy cheeks. Previous photographs have shown the then baby prince with his rounded cheeks flushed pink. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge son’s said feature is reminiscent of the late Princess Diana’s rosy cheeks.

Prince George with parent the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge and their son Prince George leave after Princess Charlotte's Christening at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, England, July 5, 2015. Photo: Reuters/Matt Dunham

Another cute feature that the royal toddler has displayed included sporting a similar hairstyle with his grandfather Prince Charles. The young prince was previously photographed with a tuft hair sticking up from his head when he was still a baby. Prince Charles was also photographed with his hair sticking out due to a gust of wind. The two royal princes’ hairstyle was described as “the wind-swept ‘do,” as stated in the same report.

Prince George has even inherited some of his uncle Prince Harry’s silly side. Royal watchers may recall the royal toddler sticking his tongue out while watching the Queen’s birthday parade in 2015 from a window at the Palace. A very young Prince Harry also did the same during a royal event.

As for his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince George has followed his father’s footsteps when he wore a similar white and red attire during Princess Charlotte’s christening in July 2015. The Duke of Cambridge also wore a similar-styled white shirt and red shorts when he was very young.

On the other hand, Prince George and his mother Kate made the same sideways lip gesture during the royal family’s Australia and New Zealand tour in 2014. The mother and son were photographed on separate occasions with their lower lip turned sideways. Finally, the trait that Prince George may have inherited from his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II would be an “endearing smile,” as stated in the same report.

Meanwhile, Prince George is expected to join other members of the royal family on the Buckingham Palace balcony to witness the Royal Airforce flypast show to be held during the 2016 Trooping the Colors. The upcoming event, also known as the Queen’s birthday parade, could also mark Prince George’s sister Princess Charlotte’s Buckingham Palace balcony debut.

The Trooping the Colors or the Queen’s birthday parade will happen in London on June 11.