When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's brand new baby boy was born, the world was hungry to catch a glimpse of him in all his glory.
And we didn't have to wait long for our wishes to be granted - the pair stepped out for a highly anticipated photo call just two days later, and suffice to say we rushed to first clap our eyeballs on the adorable new royal, whose name was later revealed as Archie.
Then, we got another delightful surprise in the form of an Instagram photo, which revealed baby Archie's tiny feet being held by mum Meghan Markle.
But there was another detail about the photo you might have missed - and it's all to do with Prince Harry.
Indeed the red-headed royal has proven his knack for a few things lately - fatherhood is a given, just seeing his excited face speaking to media hours after welcoming his baby son was case in point.
But there's another talent we've recently discovered the royal being particularly fond of: Photography.
Indeed in late April, the Prince's incredible talent behind the lens was revealed in all its glory via the newly launched @SussexRoyal Instagram account.
On April 23, to coincide with Earth Day, the Sussexes shared a series of amazing wildlife photographs taken over the years.
His talent is clear - the images are sharp, striking and make a big impression.
And that's why we know exactly who was behind the lens of baby Archie's latest picture.
The similarities between this picture and his wildlife shots are uncanny. The Prince has nailed the art of nailing a sharp foreground subject against a blurred backdrop, seen in a number of his pictures.
To further make it apparent the Mother's Day picture was snapped by Harry, the picture itself wasn't credited by the @SussexRoyal Instagram account - an unusual occurrence given that they usually include this, which makes us suspect the picture was taken by Harry himself.
Meanwhile, it appears the picture itself was taken in the confines of Meghan and Harry's new family home Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
Indeed baby Archie can be seen being held over a bed of Forget-Me-Not flowers, which were known as Princess Diana's favourites.
It seems the pair have made sure they've kept their family in mind when setting up the new home.
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The @SussexRoyal Instagram account has posed a perfect platform for the pair to make their voices heard - albeit subtly.
Indeed people have long suspected that Meghan herself is behind the captions - which are given away in the use of American's phrases and spelling such as using the word 'diapers' over 'nappies', and 'cribs' over 'cots', as it's usually referred to in the UK.
And the caption accompanying the new picture of baby Archie shared on Mother's Day had all the makings of Meghan's handiwork.
The caption read: "Paying tribute to all mothers today - past, present, mothers-to-be, and those lost but forever remembered. We honor and celebrate each and every one of you."
They then shared a quote from a poet and writer who frequently posts her work on Instagram, Nayyirah Waheed, a poet and writer.
"My mother was my first country; the first place i ever lived."
As Meghan is known to promote the work of inspiring people through her fashion choices, it makes sense that she would pick a writer she admires herself to share their work with @SussexRoyal's 7 million-strong following.
And with that being said, the evidence is clear - the Sussexes Mother's Day post is the ultimate combination of art from the creative royal couple themselves!
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