Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince George, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, and the other members of the royal family have joined the ongoing FaceApp craze.

The app is currently being used to get an idea of how a person would look like when they are in their 70s. Even though the members of the British clan didn’t exactly use the app themselves, The Sun compiled their photos and the results are quite surprising.

Prince William, who is older than Prince Harry and Prince George, didn’t really age that much in his age-projection snap. Even though the future king has more wrinkles on his face, he still looked as handsome. And quite surprising, in his 70s, it is possible that Prince William would look a little bit more like Prince Charles.

Prince Harry, on the other hand, looks so much longer in his age-projection photo. He has tons of wrinkles around his eyes and forehead, and his beard and hair have become a much lighter shade.

But the most surprising among the three male royals is the photo of Prince George. The third in line to the throne will turn 6 years old this month, but he is the one that aged the most.

This is due to the fact that Prince George is still a kid and his face is still very soft. When he gets older, his face will mature so his age-projection picture may not necessarily be that accurate. In the picture, he still looks like a kid with wrinkles.

Meanwhile, Markle and Middleton’s FaceApp photos couldn’t also be more different from each other. The Duchess of Sussex, who is one year younger than the Duchess of Cambridge, looks much older than the future Queen.

Other than the wrinkles on her face, Markle’s skin in the age-projection photo also looks looser. Middleton, on the other hand, still looks quite stunning at 70. This may be due to the fact that even today, she also has wrinkles on her face.

Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Pictured: Middleton, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry, Prince George, Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch a fly-past of aircrafts by the Royal Air Force, in London on June 11, 2016. Getty Images/Justin Tallis