Kate Middleton is celebrating the end of one of her most important projects while also giving us a peek at a familiar family photo framed in her living room.

On Monday, the Duchess of Cambridge marked the conclusion of her Nursing Now campaign, a three-year initiative launched to champion the profession across the globe, by sharing a video message on YouTube thanking the frontline workers for all of their hard work.

“Although we can't be together in person at this closing of the Nursing Now campaign, I wanted to say a huge congratulations to the incredible work that you've done over the last three years," Middleton said in the clip. “When Nursing Now was launched in 2018, we had no way of knowing just how much the work, dedication and infinite care of nurses would be tested, needed, and appreciated. COVID-19 has highlighted the vital role that nurses provide, which we all rely on,” she continued. “And it's made all the more extraordinary when we consider the huge sacrifices and personal demands that have been placed on all of you by the pandemic.”

For the occasion, the duchess sported a white Alexander McQueen peplum skirt suit which she previously wore during a royal tour of Poland in July 2017. While we love a good royal rewear, we couldn’t help but notice the photograph on display over the duchess’s left shoulder.

We immediately were able to make out the image featuring Middleton and Prince Louis during their visit to the RHS Back to Nature Garden at the #ChelseaFlowerShow in 2019. Yep, the one where the small prince is rocking his big brother’s hand-me-down garden overalls.

This shot is clearly one of Kate’s favorites (and we can totally see why).

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