The Royal Family marked Father's Day with a Twitter tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Prince William.
There was a tribute posted to the fathers of the family on the social media site whilst also wishing all the fathers of the world a "very happy day".
Sharing a picture of Prince Charles with sons Harry and William alongside a picture of the Duke of Cambridge with his son Prince George, a tweet on Kensington Palace's official Twitter account read: "Happy Father's Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day (sic)"
A separate post on the Clarence House page shows Prince Charles sitting with his father, Prince Philip, in a boat back in 1958.
The caption alongside the post reads: "Happy #FathersDay! The Prince of Wales and his father, The Duke of Edinburgh, take part in a motorboat race on the Isle of Wight in 1958. (sic)"
And next year, Prince Harry could be joining the list of royal fathers as he previously admitted he would "love" to have children.
He said: "I, of course, I would love to have kids. Yeah, I'm a godfather to quite a few of my friends' [kids] ... actually only five or six. I'd like to think so [he is a good godfather]. But I think the key to that is to grow up, but also to be able to stay in touch with your childhood side. If that means going to someone's house and sitting there and playing PlayStation and kicking the ass of their son on [video games] or whatever it is, then I'll try and do that. I've actually had a lot of practice for that."
And Harry and 'Suits' star Meghan Markle are "deeply happy" in their relationship, regardless of their busy schedules.
Speaking previously about the distance, a source said: "Despite the distance, the media attention and everything else, there's a real ease to their relationship. It just works. They are deeply happy.
"They spend a lot of time watching movies at Harry's and cooking new dishes. Meg is a great cook and sends Harry out to posh food shops. She has even added a few feminine touches such as scented candles and soft furnishings."