Kate Middleton honors UK Mother’s Day with a sweet post that includes all three children!

“Happy Mother’s Day from our family to yours ❤️,” the Princess of Wales captioned an Instagram post, which sees her sitting in a tree beside Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis

Kate Middleton, happy Mother’s Day!

The Princess of Wales, 41, posted a cute photo of herself and her three children on the joint Instagram page she shares with her husband Prince William in honor of the annual festival, which is known as “Mothering Sunday” and observed in the U.K. this year on March 19.

Happy Mother’s Day from our family to yours, Kate captioned the picture of herself in the tree with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Royal Louis.

Kate may be seen dressed in a white blouse, blue pants, and white sneakers in the photograph, which was taken by Matt Porteous. Brother Prince Louis, 4, complemented Prince George, 9, who was photographed wearing a striped polo T-shirt and blue shorts. Princess Charlotte, 7, meanwhile, donned a jean jumper dress.

In a second photo shared, Kate can be seen holding Prince Louis in her arms as she smiles down at her youngest child. The photograph that was used on Sunday appears to have been shot at the same time as the family’s 2022 Christmas card photo.

At their Norfolk country house, Anmer Hall, which is a part of the royal family’s Sandringham estate and where Kate is known to feel most at home, the five members of the family are seen holding hands and dressed simply for a sunny stroll in the photo.

“Sharing a new picture of the family for this year’s Christmas card!” they captioned the snap on social media at the time.

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The Cambridge family’s 2021 Christmas card.

The year prior, Prince William, 40, and Princess Kate chose a previously unseen photo showing them posed with their kids during a private family trip to Jordan.

Mothering Sunday festivities this year coincide with the completion of preparations for King Charles’ coronation, which will take place on May 6.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Royal Louis “are likely to accompany their parents” and be on “public display” in a horse-drawn carriage as it leaves Westminster Abbey at the conclusion of the coronation ceremony, according to a report in The Times this week.

Although it has been rumored that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will attend the historic ceremony, it has not been formally confirmed. Prince George is the second in line to the throne.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who will turn 8 just a few days before the coronation, have already been in funeral processions. In September, they attended the funeral of their great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth. On the day of the funeral, Prince Louis stayed out of the spotlight.