The Princess of Wales shared two unseen family pictures to mark Mother’s Day on Sunday.
Kate posted a candid snap of her with her three children, George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, sitting in a tree.
It was accompanied with the words “Happy Mother’s Day from our family to yours” along with a red love heart.
— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) March 19, 2023
She also shared another picture of her holding a laughing Prince Louis.
Meanwhile, the King paid tribute to the late Queen on the first Mother’s Day since her death.
A poignant message celebrating all mothers was posted online alongside treasured images which showed Charles as a beaming baby standing on the Queen’s lap, while an adult Camilla is seen smiling as she stands behind her elderly mother.
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 19, 2023
The Twitter post is accompanied by the message: “To all mothers everywhere, and to those who may be missing their mums today, we are thinking of you and wishing you a special #MothersDay.”
The Queen died in September aged 96.
Camilla’s mother Rosalind Shand died in 1994 at the age of 72 after a long battle with osteoporosis.
Princess Eugenie also shared an unseen photo for Mother’s Day.
She posted a picture of her walking hand-in-hand with her son August with the caption: “I love being your Mumma! Happy Mother’s Day! Xx.”
The royal, expecting her second child later this year, wrapped up warm in a black coat while her son looked adorable in a cream cable-knit jumper and trousers.
The post amassed over 50,000 likes and 300 comments hours after it was shared this afternoon
Zac Posen - who designed her wedding reception dress – left a flurry of love heart emojis in the comments.
One fan responded: “Love the orb in this picture…It’s the Queen and Prince Philip watching over them.”
Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank are expecting the new addition to their family in the summer.
The baby will be 13th in line to the throne and will be a plain Miss or Master.
He or she will be the first of the Queen’s great-grandchildren to be born since her death, and will arrive in the King’s coronation year.
Earlier on Sunday, Sarah, Duchess of York paid tribute to her both her daughters in a gushing Mother’s Day Instagram post.
She shared a throwback photo of the sisters arriving at their late grandfather Prince Philip’s 80th birthday celebrations in Windsor in 2001.
She wrote: “I’m so proud of my girls and the beautiful women and mothers they have grown up to be. I feel extremely blessed to call them mine.
“My darlings, you are my sunshine always & forever. #happymothersday.”