Kensington Palace has shared unseen family photographs for Mother's Day, including a picture of Kate Middleton with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis sitting in a tree together.
Meanwhile, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, praised her daughters on Mother's Day.
On a different note, Prince Harry was asked to give 28 days' notice before making any trips to the UK by the Home Office.
As Charles and Camilla's coronation approaches in May, speculation surrounds Harry and Meghan's potential attendance.
To mark Mother's Day on 14 March, a number of members of the Royal Family released tributes and unseen family photographs.
Kensington Palace shared photos of the Duchess of Cambridge with her children, as the Duke of Cambridge filmed his new documentary on mental health.
Meanwhile, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, published a tribute to her daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
In other royal news, the Home Office reportedly requested 28 days' notice from Prince Harry before he makes any trips to the UK. However, the Prince is still expected to attend Prince Philip's funeral.
In addition, with Charles and Camilla's coronation set for May, some speculate whether Harry and Meghan will attend the ceremony.
According to reports, the couple is "unlikely" to attend due to tensions with the Royal Family, while others suggest they may attend to show support for Charles as he becomes king.