Computer experts have used state-of-the-art technology to create an image of how they believe the two-week-old royal will look when she turns 18.
Their snapshot from the future is based on archive photos of baby Charlotte's parents, William and Kate, as well as both sets of grandparents – Charles and Diana and Michael and Carole Middleton – at the same age.
The image has been created by a team of forensic computer age progression experts in America who have aided police forces across the United States with numerous cold case, missing persons and long-term kidnapping investigations.
'Like her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, she is likely to have a lower lip that is noticeably fuller than the upper one,' said Jovey Mae Hayes, part of the 'Phojoe' team that created the image.
'That will give her smile both a warm and enigmatic quality at the same time.
'Her paternal grandmother had similar lips too, so there could well be more and more of a ghost-like image of Diana in Charlotte as time passes.'
The dimples come from both sides of the genetic fence.
Ms Hayes added: 'Her mother Kate has them, especially when she smiles, and her father's dimples are even more pronounced, so there's a strong possibility Charlotte's will be a facial characteristic too.
Though, of course, she currently has the adorably chubby chops of an extremely young infant, Charlotte's age progression image is also based on an assumption that she will inherit her mother's cheeks, chin, nose and facial shape.
'The same is true of her eyelids, with the upper lids slightly more prominent, unlike those of her father, which are almost hidden, like a puppy dog's,' said Ms Hayes.
'It's impossible to exactly predict what Charlotte will be like when she reaches the age of maturity, but it seems to me to be highly probable that, like most of her female forebears, she will be a tall and athletic teenager with incredibly good posture, like her mother and both her grandmothers.'
And, like the women who came before her, there's every chance she will also have lustrous hair which, according to Ms Hayes, will darken as she ages, just like her mother whose locks were noticeably lighter when she was a child.
'I very much doubt she will have the ruddy complexion shared by several male members of Britain's Royal Family,' she added.
'Like Grandma Di and her mother Kate, she is more likely than not to have flawless skin.'
At her office in Clarkston, Michigan, Ms Hayes said: 'All babies are cute and Charlotte is certainly no exception. But, based on all the familial evidence I have seen, I firmly believe she will grow up to be absolutely beautiful.'