Prince William and Kate Middleton Celebrate Father's Day with Heartwarming Pictures
It is Father's Day and there is no better way to share how much we love those who brought us into this world than by sharing sweet memories we have of them.
That was exactly what Prince William and Kate Middleton did this Sunday, as the Royal couple took to their official Instagram account to post a couple of snaps of their fathers.
A VERY SWEET MOMENT
In the first picture, the Duke of Cambridge can be seen holding Prince Charles, the Duke of Wales, as he rests his head against his chest while smiling at the camera.
According to the caption, the photo was taken by none other than the Duchess of Cambridge, who is known for her expertise when it comes to photography.
It was stated in the heartwarming post that the snap was taken at Sandringham, back in December 2019, which would explain the thick clothes they are wearing.
The photos really show how much love the Royals feel for each other
A RARE APPEARANCE
But Charles wasn't the only one being honored on such a special day. Michael Middleton, the Duchess' father, also earned the spotlight with a trip to the past.
Instead of a more recent picture, Kate chose an old snap of herself, from when she was just a little girl, sitting on his lap. It is unknown when or where the photo was taken.
HAVING A BLAST
Since it is Father's Day, William himself was also presented with a very sweet tribute that was shared with Royal fans all over the world on Saturday.
In a series of adorable moments captured on camera, the Duke, who just turned 38, is seen having the time of his life with his three children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
In the first shot, William is posing on a swing with his children around him, all looking very happy and enjoying each other's company, while in the next two snaps they can all be found wrestling on the grass.
The photos really show how much love the Royals feel for each other, especially in the last one where George, Charlotte and Louis are seen cheerfully piled up on top of William, who could only smile widely.