It's certainly been a busy day for Kate Middleton and Prince William during their royal tour Down Under.
The royal couple have celebrated their first Easter with little Prince George with official duties in Australia.
The Duchess stunned at Easter Sunday Service at St Andrew's Cathedral in Sydney, wearing an Alexander McQueen dove grey coat and headpiece by royal milliner favourite Jane Taylor.
She and her husband of three years attended the ceremony together, leaving their eight-month-old son at home, before taking him on a trip to the zoo.
Wearing a strikingly similar white lace dress to the Zimmerman number she wore during the week, it's clear Kate knows what looks work for her.
Later in the day, the young family made a visit to Taronga Zoo where the heir to the throne was clearly enthralled by the animals on display - in particular, a bilby.
At one point they had to grab on to their baby, who will one day be king, when he tried to climb into the enclosure to get at the bilby.
The Duchess, who wore a yellow summer dress by an independent maker, said "he's trying to grab his ear," and William added: "If he gets it he'll never let go," kissing the top of his son's head.
Yesterday, Kate admitted to 'pining' for her adorable son when she has to leave with a babysitter to fulfill royal duties.
During a visit to an Australian air force base near Brisbane, Kate told Hanna Pearce, whose father David Pearce was killed in an improvised explosive device blast in Oruzgan province in October 2007, about her feelings.
Ms Pearce told Australia's Channel Nine News: "We talked a little bit about baby George. She said she wishes he was there with her because she misses him."