Prince Charles and Prince George
Prince Charles looked like Prince George in his christening video. Pictured: Prince Charles, Prince George, Prince William and Kate Middleton watch on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Trooping the Colour Ceremony on June 13, 2015 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Charles and Prince George share the same adorable look when they were babies.

Express shared the clip of the Prince of Wales christening. In the video, Prince Charles looked exactly the same as. Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest son, Prince George.

In the black and white footage, the prince has been christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Geoffrey Fisher. The gathered in the music room of the palace and Prince Philip can be seen leaning on Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles with a look of fondness.

Queen Elizabeth briefly speaks to her grandmother Mary of Teck. Another shot featured Queen Mary cradling Prince Charles. Queen Mary distinctively wears all black with elegant necklace and earrings. She paired her wardrobe with a black hat, too.

Based on the video, Prince George bears the same look like his grandfather, Prince Charles. The tot is currently attending school at Thomas's Battersea in London. The third-in-line to the throne is expected to have a busy year based on his year-long school curriculum.

Prince George has to study math, English, science, history, geography and religion. He has special classes too that include French, computing, art/design, technology, music, ballet, P.E. and drama.

Aside from this, the 5-year-old royal would have to do a 10-minute reading every night. The school will also send him a spelling rule or pattern weekly.

According to Prince William, Prince George is currently obsessed with dinosaurs. In fact, they have been learning so much about it.

It's common among children between 2 and 6 years old to develop an interest in new things. Among the most popular thing they love are vehicles and dinosaurs.

"I think for many of these children, that's their first taste of mastery, of being an expert in something and having command of something their parent or coach or doctor doesn't know," paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara said. "It makes them feel powerful. Their parent may be able to name three or four dinosaurs and the kid can name 20, and the kid seems like a real authority."

On the other hand, Prince Charles would be turning 70 in November. Queen Elizabeth and Camilla Parker Bowles are both hosting a birthday bash for the Prince of Wales. The two are reportedly competing for the upcoming events.