THE first child of Britian's Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton is predicted to have dad's nose and lips and mum's dark hair and almond-shaped eyes.
The birth of the royal baby is not expected until July, but researchers have already begun trying to create an image of the future monarch.
They have come up with two young adults whose features are a combination of their royal parents, but have a look all their own.
Researcher Nickolay Lamm was commissioned by the website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk to help create the images of the royal offspring.
If William and Kate, who is more than five months pregnant, have a girl she is likely to have her mother's dark flowing locks, dimples, rounder face but inherit Williams distinct nose and fuller lips.
A boy born to the royal couple will also have a dark mop of hair combined with his dad's nose, lips and masculine jawline.
All the predicted features are said to be "dominant" traits and are likely to supersede others.