Prince William’s family gave a subtle nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a recent photo marking the end of National Volunteering Week.
The family image was shared on the Kensington Palace Twitter and Instagram page.
In the photograph, Prince William, second in line to the throne, held an umbrella above Prince George and Prince Charlotte as they walked in the rain.
The trio was delivering food to older residents living near Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which is where the family has been staying amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“As we approach the end of #VolunteersWeek The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photo taken by The Duchess as they played their own part in the national volunteering effort,” the social media caption read.
The post continued: “In April, The Duke and Duchess and their family visited the Sandringham Estate where they packed up and delivered food parcels to isolated pensioners in the local area.”
The photograph is reminiscent of the image of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex taken in March at the Endeavour Fund Awards ceremony right before they announced they were stepping down as senior royals in order to focus on their family.
In that snap. which was shared widely around the world, the couple gazed lovingly at each other as they shielded themselves from the rain.
Royal photographer Samir Hussein told GQ the photo of Harry and Meghan was the “most iconic” photo he’s ever taken, per Elle.
Harry and Meghan have since moved to Los Angeles, California with their 13-month-old son, Archie.
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, also sent a message thanking volunteers for their “acts of generosity and kindness” during Volunteers Week.