Queen leads royal posts on Mother’s Day with sweet tribute to her late mother and sister

THE Queen paid tribute to her late mother and sister, the Queen’s mother and Princess Margaret, with a sentimental post on Mother’s Day.

Her Majesty, 95, posted a photo of the three beaming together on the royal family’s Instagram page.

The Queen uploaded this photo of her with the Queen's mother and Princess Margaret, who both died in 2002

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The Queen uploaded this photo of her with the Queen’s mother and Princess Margaret, who both died in 2002Credit: theroyalfamily/Instagram

In the caption, she wrote, “Wishing everyone celebrating today a very special Mother’s Sunday.”

Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother died on March 30, 2002 at the age of 101.

She died in her sleep with her surviving daughter at Royal Lodge, Windsor Great Park Queen Elizabeth the second at her bed.

She had been suffering from a persistent cold for four months.

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her younger daughter Princess Margaret had died just seven weeks earlier.

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother took place on April 9, 2002 at Westminster Abbey in London.

Princess Margaret died in February of the same year at the age of 71 from heart problems after a stroke.

Prince William and children Prince George (eight), Princess Charlotte (six) and Prince Louis (three) have some very sweet traditions when it comes to celebrating Kate on Mother’s Day every year.

Mother’s Sunday for the Cambridges often involves messy cake baking, homemade cards and also a tribute to Diana.

In 2020, royal fans got a sneak peek at the card George made for his mum with the adorable DIY creation featuring a flower jar, 3D flower petals glued on and a vase.

Last year George and his siblings Charlotte and Louis Kate baked an amazing cake for Mother’s Day.

While the day is a public holiday that pays tribute to Kate and also the Queen, it can be a painful day for Prince William and Prince Harry.

Duncan Larcombe, royal author and former royal editor of The Sun, told Fabulous: “It was only after the death of Princess Diana in 1997 that Mother’s Day took on special meaning for the royals.

“Since then, the fourth Sunday of Christian Lent – when Mother’s Day is observed in Britain – has been shrouded in sadness for William and Harry.

“Both boys have spoken about how difficult they are finding the day they would dread for years.

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“Prince Charles and the rest of the family took pains to throw a cotton ring around Diana’s children on Mother Sundays after her death.

“But that changed when first William and then Harry had children of their own.

“Now the focus is on using the day as a chance to tell your kids about the amazing grandmother they never met.”

Princess Charlotte and Prince George and Louis write Touching Mother’s Day cards to “Grandma Diana”.

Queen Elizabeth II pictured with the late Prince Philip, along with their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward

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Queen Elizabeth II pictured with the late Prince Philip, along with their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince EdwardPhoto credit: Getty
Mother's Sunday for the Cambridges often involves messy cake baking, homemade cards and also a tribute to Diana

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Mother’s Sunday for the Cambridges often involves messy cake baking, homemade cards and also a tribute to DianaCredit: AP

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Dais Johnston

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