Kate shares touching photos of George, Charlotte and Louis

Kate shares touching photos of George, Charlotte and Louis
Published 1 years ago on Mar 19, 2023

The Prince and Princess of Wales have shared sweet new family photos of Kate spending quality time with prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince louis to mark Mother's Day..

Posting on their Instagram account this morning, the royal couple shared two images of Kate with their children on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk last year.

The first portrait - taken by photographer Matt Porteous - shows the Princess of Wales and her three children sitting in a tree.

The Princess of Wales is dressed casually in a white blouse, jeans and a white trainers and has her hair styled in her signature loose waves. 

Meanwhile, her two sons donned blue shorts and short-sleeved shirts for the photoshoot while Charlotte donned a denim jumpsuit with a red tassel trim. 

The second image shows Kate lovingly cradling her youngest son Prince Louis, four, in her arms.

As she beams down at him, Louis is seen adorably holding onto his mother's hand. 

The couple captioned the post: 'Happy Mother’s Day from our family to yours.' 

The newly released images were taken on the same day as their Christmas card from last year. 

For this family shoot, Kate and William turned to their favourite - and most trusted - photographer Matt Porteous.

The environmental photographer previously captured the image they used for their 221 Christmas cad as wel as Pince George's third birthday portraits.

The Prince and Princess of Wales' post has already amassed 90,000 likes and fans rushed to gush over the sweet images.

One replied: 'Happy Mother's Day Princess of Wales and to all Mother's who celebrating today. Lovely pics!' 

Another gushed: 'Happy Mother’s Day to the greatest inspo when it comes to motherhood.' 

'Such lovely photos,' a third said. 'Wishing a very happy Mother's Day to the Princess of Wales.'

Earlier today, King Charlers marked first Mother's Day without The Queen by sharing poignant childhood photo with his 'beloved Mama'.

The monarch, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75, showed their support for others who have lost parents on their Instagram account this morning.

Charles and Camilla captioned the post: 'To all mothers everywhere, and to those who may be missing their mums today, we are thinking of you and wishing you a special Mother's Day.'

The first image in their joint post showed King Charles as a toddler standing on his mother's lap as they posed for a photo.

Wearing a white collared dress, the fair-haired monarch beamed at the camera and clasped his mother's hand in the undated image.

Meanwhile, the Queen - who was Princess Elizabeth at the time  - looked radiant in a fitted grey dress and a pearl necklace.

Smiling into the distance, Her Majesty - who was just 22 when she had King Charles - had her brown hair styled in her signature curls and wore a light orange lipstick. 

Today marks King Charles' first ever Mothering Sunday without his 'belovesd mother2, who died at the age of 96 last september. 

In the poignant post, Queen Consort Camilla also shared a heartwarming photo with her late mother Rosalind Shand, who sadly passed away in 1994.

The image - which is from Camilla's private family collection - shows the royal dressed in a bright red jacket and gold necklace as she beams beside her late mother. 

Rosalind - who was the daughter of Roland Cubitt, the third Baron Ashcombe - also looked glamorous in a dotted blouse, bird-shaped brooch and pearl earrings. 

Charles and Camilla captioned the post: 'To all mothers everywhere, and to those who may be missing their mums today, we are thinking of you and wishing you a special Mother's Day.'

The post has amassed over 240,000 'likes' since it was uploaded in the early hours of this morning - and royal fans showed their support in the comments.

What's more, Sarah Ferguson has paid tribute to her daughters Princess Eugenie and princess Beatrice in  a gushing Mother's Day post.

The Duchess of York 63, lovingly referred to Princess Beatrice, 34, and Princess Eugenie, 32, as her 'sunshine' on Instagram.

The proud mother shared a throwback photo of her daughters 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.' 



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