To mark Mother's Day Kensington Palace released a series of photographs on Sunday. These never-before-seen pictures were shared on the Palace's Instagram and Twitter handles.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took to social media and released a number of photos to mark Mother's Day, Hello reports. The unseen pictures included one of Prince William and Kate Middleton with their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in Norfolk. In this picture, Princess Charlotte, four is seen on Kate's back, while Prince George, six, was on William's.
This picture seems to have been taken at the same time as the family's Christmas card in 2018, when Louis was a baby.
Next was a picture of William and Prince Harry as kids with their mother, Princess Diana. The third picture shows Kate as an infant with her mother Carole Middleton. The final photo in the post is of a handmade Mother's Day card made by George.
"To mothers new and old and families spending today together and apart – we are thinking of you all at this difficult time. Happy Mother's Day," reads the caption, followed by a flower emoji.
This post comes at a time when UK and the entire world is facing trying times with the coronavirus outbreak. Prime Minister has appealed to families to stay at home on Mother's Day and video call their mothers, rather than visiting them. Families have been advised to Skype their loved ones instead to help stop the spread of the life-threatening illness.
The adorable photographs brought positivity among royal fans. "This really made me smile but also tugged at the heartstrings. Love to all the mums out there," commented one fan. Another added: "Fabulous photos thanks so much for sharing them with us!" A third commented: "I love them, they are so cute!"
The royal mother 38-year-old will most likely spend the day at the Cambridges' country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk in London at their royal residence, Kensington Palace.
George and Charlotte are currently being home-schooled amid the coronavirus pandemic. The siblings attend Thomas's Battersea, west London, which is a short drive from the family's London residence.
Meanwhile, it is not known yet how the royal family will spend Easter next month. The entire family attend an Easter Sunday church service in Windsor, along with Queen Elizabeth II.