Kate Middleton is feeling the love.
The Princess of Wales shared an adorable new snap of herself posing with the three children she shares with husband Prince William in honor of UK Mother’s Day.
“Happy Mother’s Day from our family to yours ❤️,” Middleton, 41, captioned the “Mothering Sunday” Instagram post, which showed her sitting in a tree with her little ones.
Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were all smiles in the image captured by royal photographer Matt Porteous.
Middleton was dressed casually for the photo shoot in an embroidered white button down, blue jeans and white trainers.
Her eldest son donned a blue polo shirt while his younger brother looked equally dapper in a striped polo top.The proud mom cuddled her young kids in celebration of UK Mother’s Day. Matt Porteous via Instagram/princeandprincessofwales
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a denim dress with pink frill detailing.
The British royal also shared a separate pic with Prince Louis, which showed her cradling him in her arms as she gazed adoringly at him.
Middleton most recently stepped out in celebration of her first St. Patrick’s Day as Colonel of the Irish Guards.
She and Prince William, 40, attended an annual parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, England, where she was dressed appropriately in a bright turquoise coat and matching hat.The trio of young royals will be celebrating their mom on “Mothering Sunday.”KENSINGTON PALACE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe family is preparing for King Charles III’s upcoming coronation in May.PA Images via Getty ImagesThe Duke and Duchess of Wales’ kids are expected to ride in a horse drawn carriage at the historic event.Getty Images
The midi-length jacket featured shoulder pads, sharp pleats, eight buttons down the front and a high collar. Middleton, who passed out shamrocks to attendees, also pinned an Irish Guards Shamrock Brooch to her coat.
The piece is believed to have been created in 2000 and is loaned out to women in the royal family for the annual event, according The Court Jeweller.
The back-to-back celebrations come amid the final planning stages for King Charles III’s upcoming coronation, which is set for May 6.
The three young royals “are expected to join their parents” and be on “public display” in a horse-drawn carriage, The Times reported earlier this week.
The trio will leave Westminster Abbey at the end of the crowning ceremony in the carriage, the outlet claimed.