Queen Elizabeth II took a trip down memory lane in celebration of Mother's Day with a sweet picture of the Queen Mother, while other members of the royal family made sure to pay tribute to their mothers as well.
On Sunday, some members of the royal family paid tribute to their mothers with heartwarming messages and never before seen pictures.
Queen Elizabeth II during the Braemar Highland Games on September 07, 2019, in Braemar, Scotland. | Source: Getty Images.
The reigning monarch shared a picture taken with the Queen Mother back in 1951, the year before she ascended the throne following the death of King George.
In the black and white image, Queen Elizabeth and the then Princess Elizabeth smiled as they walked together, holding their hats in place, guarding against the wind as they smiled.
Elizabeth II crowned as monarch on 2 June 1953, at Westminster Abbey in London. | Source: Getty Images.
As people are guarding themselves against the coronavirus spread through self-isolation, Queen Elizabeth II is well aware that it might be a "different and difficult" day for those who planned to spend time with their mothers. Offering words of support, Queen Elizabeth II wrote:
"But for all Mums everywhere, we are thinking of you, and wish you all a very special."
In honor of Mother's Day, Prince Charles posted a sweet snap taken with Queen Elizabeth when he was still a young boy.
With a large manicured lawn as the backdrop, Queen Elizabeth II looked elegantly dressed as she leaned against a column with a young Prince Charles in front of her.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attend the formal opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting on April 19, 2018, in London, England. | Source: Getty Images.
Mother and son smiled broadly as both looked in the same direction while Prince Charles waved his tiny hand. As a caption, the next in line to the throne wrote:
"Wishing everyone a Happy Mother’s Day, particularly in a year when families may not be able to be together."
Kate Middleton and Prince William shared a slideshow of touching images in celebration of the special day. First up is a picture of Kate and Prince William giving Princess Charlotte and Prince George piggy-back rides in Norfolk.
The second photo is of Prince William and Prince Harry as young boys with Princess Diana, followed by one of Kate with her mother, Carole Middleton, when she was just a baby.
The last image sports an adorable handmade card by Prince George for his mom, Kate, and the royal couple extended their thoughts to all families during this "difficult time," as they wished everyone a happy Mother's Day.
Amid the spread of the coronavirus, Thomas's London Day school in Battersea, west London, which Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend, switched to remote learning as they join their Kate and Prince William in self-isolation.
A short drive from their residence at Kensington Palace, the school wants to make sure their scholars still receive an education even though physical attendance is halted until the end of the term.
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