Kate Middleton has hazel-green
Clearly blue eyes run in the family... Charlotte also reminds us of her dad, Prince William, when he was a bub. Cherub cheeks and the sweet almond eyes... these siblings sure have the cute factor in spades. There's no doubt the little Princess has similar features to her two-year-old brother.
The duchess has hazel eyes while Louis has brown eyes. Many royal fans have noted that both of Kate's parents have brown eyes as well and believe Louis bears a strong resemblance to his grandmother, Carole, and his grandfather, Michael Middleton.
The duke and duchess' eldest son has dark brown eyes, which he likely inherited from his mother's side of the family as her parents have brown eyes while many of George's relatives on his dad's side have blue eyes.
The tot has brown eyes like his mom while Harry has blue eyes, which were actually a shade of blue-green when he was younger.
Meghan Markle - brown eyes Dr Julian De Silva said: "Meghan has brown eyes like 34% of the population in the UK. What makes her eyes so striking is how warm and welcoming they are.
Queen Elizabeth II has blue eyes, as does Claire Foy. Olivia Colman, however, has brown eyes and she won't be opting for contact lenses to change their hue.
"Kate has medium-dark eyes that are on the softer side in terms of intensity, and dependent on the lighting they appear to be slightly different shades of green," she exclusively told HELLO!. "She wears her eye colours often and very successfully," she added.
The Duchess of Cambridge has green eyes, however, whether they're lighter or darker green depends on her clothing as the shade of green appears to change with what she wears.
Since both Camilla and Diana have bright blue eyes and fair hair, Samantha stressed “it's natural they'd want to accentuate these”. “Wearing white and blue does this,” she explained, going on to say how Camilla is often seen wearing these colours.
Of those four, green is the rarest. It shows up in about 9% of Americans but only 2% of the world's population. Hazel/amber is the next rarest of these. Blue is the second most common and brown tops the list with 45% of the U.S. population and possibly almost 80% worldwide.
Princess Diana loved to play up her striking blue eyes with makeup and for the longest time was hardly ever seen without her signature blue eyeliner.
While other color eyes such as hazel or brown can develop specks of amber, true amber eyes are seen as those that are completely solid with a yellow or golden hue. Amber or golden eyes can often be found in animals, such as cats, owls, and especially wolves, but a human containing this pigment is extremely rare.
Green eyes are most common in Northern, Central, and Western Europe. About 16 percent of people with green eyes are of Celtic and Germanic ancestry. The iris contains a pigment called lipochrome and only a little melanin.
Green irises have an uncommon melanin level — less than “truly” brown eyes, but more than blue eyes. This is why green eyes are so unique. And while 9% is indeed rare, green eyes have an even lower eye color percentage across the globe.
The Duchess of Cambridge debuted a brand new almost blonde hair colour during a visit to students at the University of Derby. Kate switched up her usual rich dark brown shade for a set of golden-hued caramel highlights that gave the royal a more casual sunkissed look.
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Kate Middleton has hazel-green colour eyes, and dark brown hair, while Prince William has fair hair and blue eyes, and it seems each child takes after them in different ways... Prince George has dark brown eyes, which he appears to have inherited from the Middleton side of the family.
Hazel eyes are more common in North Africa, the Middle East, and Brazil, as well as in people of Spanish heritage.
Two parents with the same color eyes will not necessarily have a child with the same color eyes. However, the vast majority of the members of the royal family have blue eyes, besides only Kate Middleton with green eyes, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with hazel eyes, and Mark Phillips with brown eyes.
The combination of having less melanin (as with green eyes) and a lot of melanin (like brown eyes) make this eye color unique. The color combinations in shades of green, brown, and gold are endless with hazel eyes, depending on the concentration of melanin.
Princess Margaret's most famous feature was her blue eyes, and there was briefly a discussion of whether the actress should wear colored lenses.
Aside from her voice, it's fair to say one of Taylor Swift's biggest talents is becoming her red carpet style. She rarely looks anything but flawless, and her appearance at the Fragrance Foundation Awards 2013 was no exception.
Phillip has a slim, but fairly built physique, fair skin, brown eyes, and brown hair which was blond when he was younger.