He may be third in line to the throne, but England's Prince George is just 2 years old.
It's hard to picture the toddler stepping into the ultimate royal role, but thanks to new age-progression technology from scientists at the University at Bradford in England, it's a little easier to imagine.
Using software to combine the prince's current facial features and the features of his family members, they've predicted what he'll look like at age 7, 20, 40 and even 60 years old, by which time he might just be King George.
"So we take these roughly 30 to 40 facial features ... [and] we map it into the machine and then we produce the age," Bradford professor Hassan Ugail told Reuters.
And they didn't only take a look at the oldest child of the duke and duchess of Cambridge. Even his little sister, 6-month-old Princess Charlotte, got the treatment.
The scientists claim the progression software is 80 percent accurate, and therefore more precise than existing technology. The hope is to utilize it in the search for missing children.