Royal fans, rejoice.
The photo, shared Sunday on the Sussex Instagram account honors mothers around the world for Mother’s Day while celebrating the Duchess herself, who experienced the holiday for the first time as a new mother this year.
The single picture shows royal baby Archie’s tiny feet in his mother’s hand.
“Paying tribute to all mothers today — past, present, mothers-to-be and those lost but forever remembered,” the caption said. “We honour and celebrate each and every one of you.”
The post also included a quote from “lands,” a poem by Nayyirah Waheed published in her 2013 collection, salt. “My mother was my first country; the first place I ever lived,” the quote says.
There’s also a poignant tie to Archie’s late paternal grandmother, Princess Diana, in this Mother’s Day post. The Duchess of Sussex and her son posed in front of forget-me-nots, the favorite flower of the Princess of Wales, who died in 1997.
At her wedding to Prince Harry last year, the Duchess included the flowers in her bouquet. “The couple specifically chose them to be included in Ms. Markle’s bouquet to honour the memory of the late Princess on this special day,” Kensington Palace said in a statement at the time.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex announced their first son was born on Monday, May 6, at 5:26 a.m. local time. The baby name announcement for the seven-pound, three-ounce royal baby boy also arrived on Instagram on Wednesday, hours after the Sussex family stepped out for a photo call with the new arrival.
Though the new Meghan Markle baby picture doesn’t show Archie’s face, the maternal bond the pair share is clear.
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