Sunday marked Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom so naturally, the Royals had their own posts to put out.
Prince Charles shared a nice throwback photo of himself with Queen Elizabeth in 1950 and Buckingham Palace posted a photo from 1951 of the Queen and Queen Mother holding their hats from wind.
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Today is #MotheringSunday. 📷The Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, is pictured with her mother, Queen Elizabeth in 1951. Mothering Sunday is a chance to thank and celebrate all mothers and caregivers, wherever they may be. Today may be a different and difficult day for those who would usually plan to spend time with their mothers, as we adapt to the necessary changes and disruption to our normal routine and regular patterns of life. . But for all Mums everywhere, we are thinking of you, and wish you all a very special #mothersday. . ©Press Association
The Sussexes, who are in Canada where it is not Mother’s Day yet, went for a different approach listing a variety of termS to “call your mum.”
But it was one of the photos posted by the Cambridges that has everyone talking. A picture of the card that Prince George, 6, made for his mom Kate Middleton which features tissue paper flowers in a vase. It is clear that the future king inherited the artistic talents that run in the family.
George’s grandfather, Charles is an avid painter with Vanity Fair naming him “One of Britain’s Most Successful Living Painters” as he has sold over $2.8 million worth of his art with proceeds going towards charity. Kate is also known for her photography skills including recently taking important photos to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Twitter couldn’t get over George’s artistic talent at such a young age. See some of their responses below: