Kate Middleton's Striking Resemblance To Mom Carole Sparks Royal Frenzy

Why Mother's Day will be different for Kate Middleton this year 	        	       The UK government is currently advising people to stay at home

Why Mother's Day will be different for Kate Middleton this year The UK government is currently advising people to stay at home

The Cambridges noted that the world is facing an incredibly hard time right now and wrote, "To mothers new and old and families spending today together and apart-we are thinking of you all at this hard time".

The royal couple also shared a throwback photos of Kate's mum.

Featuring flowers in a vase decorated with a heart, on a table laid with a decorated plaid tablecloth, the card was given by 6-year-old George to Duchess Kate on March 22, the day on which Mother's Day is being celebrated in the UK.

Now the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, has paid tribute to mum Carole, 65, on Mother's Day with an adorable unseen picture of the pair.

They also wished their followers a, 'Happy Mother's Day'.

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The second photo shows a young Prince William throwing his arms around his beaming mother while Prince Harry cuddles up next to her.

Earlier this week, The Sun exclusively revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are now being homeschooled in London after their school St Thomas's closed amid the coronavirus outbreak. "Love to all the mums out there".

On Thursday, last week, the Duke and Duchess visited an NHS 111 control room in Croydon to support and thank local staff working tirelessly to provide medical assistance and support to people suffering from the virus. "It's at times like this when we realize just how much the NHS represents the very best of our country and society-people from all backgrounds and walks of life with different experiences and skills, pulling together for the common good", William said boosting the medical workers' morale.

He finally added: "All of us have a part to play if we're going to protect the most vulnerable".

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