The Duchess of Cambridge recoiled when she came face-to-face with a doll version of herself during a visit to Scotland today.
Eleven-year-old Dayna Miller showed Kate the doll, which she had been given as a Christmas gift from her mother, and the royal exclaimed: "No, is that what my hair looks like?"
Later, Prince William jokingly told employees at BAE Systems in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria that they can "get back to work" after watching him unveil a plaque at the factory.
The occasion was to mark the opening of a new suite of offices where the next generation of Britain's nuclear submarines will be designed.
The Duke and Duchess had earlier braved the cold to attend the opening of an outdoor centre in Scotland today in Ayrshire.
The couple joined the Prince of Wales at Dumfries House, where Charles has led a regeneration project since 2007.
As Charles prepared to address the crowd, William rubbed his cold hands and told his father to "make it brief".
Charles promised the hundreds of locals and youth groups assembled he would oblige to prevent anyone from passing out due to "secondary exposure."