King Charles ‘sausage fingers’ seemingly run in the family.
His Majesty, who is famously known for his swollen fingers, has given them to Prince William also.
The 73-year-old was born with the unusually large fingers, account of which has been documented by Queen Elizabeth II herself.
In a letter to his music teacher, the late Queen wrote: “The baby is very sweet and we are enormously proud of him. He has an interesting pair of hands for a baby.
“They are rather large, but with fine long fingers quite unlike mine and certainly unlike his father,” said the Queen.
Later in a letter to his friend, King Charles spoke about the fingers of his son, William.
As per MailOnline, the letter read: “I can’t tell you how excited and proud I am. He really does look surprisingly appetising and has sausage fingers just like mine,” as quoted in Charles, The Man Who Will Be King by Howard Hodgson.