Princess Eugenie recently brought baby August to a place that’s near and dear to her heart (and she has pictures to show for it).

The Princess of York paid a visit to Green Park in London where there is currently a herd of elephant statues from the organization Elephant Family. The non-profit, of which Eugenie is Patron, partnered with The Real Elephant Collective to set up the six-week exhibition in the parks to educate the public on elephants and ways to protect earth’s biodiversity.

Luckily, Eugenie shared never-before-seen pictures from her family’s visit to the exhibit on her personal Instagram account and we couldn’t help but focus on her 4-month-old son. The first two images featured the princess holding baby August (who was sporting a tiny bucket hat) in front of the massive structures. However, the third showed the mother introducing her son to a baby elephant statue that happened to have the same name.

In her caption, she revealed that the herd included a baby elephant named “Assam August” and that it was “such a pleasure to take my August to meet him.”

And the princess wasn’t the only one excited about the meeting. Fans and followers were quick to fill the comments section with sweet sentiments for the mother-son duo.

One user wrote, “Thank you so much for sharing baby August with us. What a wonderful opportunity you both had to meet the herd today,” while another pointed out the likeness between August and his father, Jack Brooksbank, writing, “You look beautiful and look at baby August! So cute. August looks just like his papa.”

Two Augusts in one photo? We love it.

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