Royal fans gush over Prince Harrys lookalike uncle after unearthed photo

Royal Family fans have been gushing over young Prince Harry's "lookalike" uncle after Charles Spencer shared a childhood sketch of himself on Instagram.

The late Princess Diana's younger brother, 57, revealed a photo of himself as a young lad in the grand library of their childhood home Althorp House.

The 9th Earl Spencer, is heir to the huge home in Northamptonshire, where he currently resides with his third wife, Karen, and their seven-year-old daughter Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer.

The Earl shared a glimpse inside his home on Instagram this week, writing: "In a quiet corner of the Library at @althorphouse – above a childhood pastel of me, in fact – I’ve just placed leather-bound copies of the eight books I’ve written so far (another is on its way).

"I don’t expect future generations to read them, but hopefully their handsome spines will blend in gently, in this most beautiful of rooms."

The sketch features a red-haired boy with very similar features to those of his nephew Prince Harry, MailOnline reports.

Noticing the striking resemblance, one person wrote: "I see princes George and Harry this photo".

Another added: "Harry is the spitting image."

A third agreed saying: "What a lovely room. I actually thought that was a young picture of Prince Harry', and one wrote: 'You and Harry are twins!".

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"The pastel of you also looks like Prince Harry," said another, while someone else remarked "I see princes George and Harry in this photo".

Charles Spencer regularly posts on Instagram and Twitter to show how his early morning strolls and other pastimes.

He currently holds a combined 21,800 followers.

His childhood home at Althorp House boasts an impressive 550 acres of land to explore.

The aristocrat was in the news when he revealed he is likely to follow the practice of male primogeniture, which means titles and stately homes are inherited by the eldest son.

It means that his drama student son Viscount Louis Spencer, 25, will be inheriting the home rather than any of his three older daughters.

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