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Princess Eugenie Has a Look-Alike & TV Fans Will Definitely Recognize Her

This is the royal-Shondaland crossover we never knew we needed. Princess Eugenie’s look-alike is Karla Souza from How to Get Away with Murder, and photos of the two are unreal.  As reported by HOLA!, Souza is being called Princess Eugenie’s “Mexican celebrity look-alike” because of her uncanny resemblance to the royal. Not sure if we see it, but a heck of a lot of people on the internet do.

According to HOLA!, Souza, a 33-year-old Mexican-American actress who plays Laurel on HTGAWM, is Princess Eugenie’s celebrity look-alike because of their “dark and strong facial features.” Apparently, the Souza and Eugenie’s dark brown hair, thick eyebrows, strong jawlines, bright green eyes and ability to rock a bold red lip are reasons enough for the doppelgänger claims. Beyond their physical resemblance, HOLA! claims that Eugenie and Souza also share a similar style when it comes to beauty, which is simple and natural makeup. One example is soft nude and light pink hues Princess Eugenie wore to her wedding to Jack Brooksbank in October 2018. Apparently, Souza often opts for the same color palette at events too.

Another similarity HOLA! identifies is where Souza and Eugenie are in their lives. Both women are somewhat recently married. Souza married now-husband Marshall Trenkmann in 2014. In April 2018, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Gianna. According to Ingrid Stewart, a royal biographer for People, Eugenie and Brooksbank also want to start a family “as soon as possible“, so her timeline would be that far off of Souza’s.

Of course, these are pretty much coincidences and don’t prove that the two are look-alikes in the slightest. And while we don’t think Eugenie and Souza are exact copies of each other, say, like, this look-alike of Princess Charlotte, they do have some striking similarities. Check them out below and make a decision for yourself.

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