Kate Middleton’s Show-and-Tell Item Is the Sweetest Thing You’ll See Today

Remember show and tell? By far our favorite day of kindergarten, we always thought long and hard about what we would bring in that day.

The Duchess of Cambridge partook in her own show and tell today when she visited London’s Lavender Primary School in support of Children’s Mental Health Week. Students were asked to bring in an item that “makes them feel good,” and Middleton had the sweetest idea.

Instead of bringing her palace wardrobe assistants (which definitely make her feel good by ensuring she's dressed to the nines, obvi), the duchess brought in the Cambridges' family Christmas card photo of Prince William and their three kids: George, Charlotte and Louis.

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Middleton shared her "makes her feel good" item with the class. “This is a photograph of my family. These are my children and this is my husband. And my family makes me feel happy,” she told the children, according to People. “And we like playing outside together and spending lots of time together as a family, and that makes me feel very happy.”

And here's the photo she shared.

For the outing, the duchess donned a bright-green Eponine London frock (one of her go-to designers) with front-button pockets, black tights and black L.K. Bennet "Marissa" suede lace-up booties.

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If only it were a never-before-seen pic of the cute fam... But, thankfully, Louis's birthday is in April, so it can't be too long (*crosses fingers*).