Daily Mail points out that Carrie Underwood’s knee looks like Prince George

The whole world has royal baby fever, even Carrie Underwood‘s knee.

Or at least one British paper thinks so.

In a new article published today, some eagle-eyed writer over at The Daily Mail was looking through photos of Carrie’s recent performance at the Colonial Life Arena at South Carolina University and realized something interesting about the singer’s legs that had nothing to do with how shiny and toned they are.

That writer realized that Carrie’s right knee had taken on the form of the highly adorable Prince George.

Hmm. Let’s investigate.

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Yep, that’s either the third in the line to the British crown or Voldemort right there on Carrie’s knee.

Too funny.

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