Princess Eugenie and her mother Sarah Ferguson have always shared a special bond, sticking by each other's side, along with Princess Beatrice, through thick and thin.
And now the youngest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York has shared a series of gorgeous throwback photos to celebrate Fergie's 60th birthday.
"To my beautiful Mumma - Happy 60th birthday. You are an inspiration and one of the people I admire most in this world," Eugenie wrote on Instagram, alongside a beautiful gallery of intimate family snaps.
"Thank you for being you. I love you to the moon and back @sarahferguson15 #birthday," Eugenie added.
The adorable photos show Fergie suited up in some glorious 80s looks, and we dare you not to smile when you see how cute little Eugenie is!
Sarah's ex-husband Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, also wrote his own birthday tribute to message to Fergie.
"Wishing @sarahferguson15 a very Happy 60th Birthday!" he wrote on Instagram, alongside a series of happy family snaps.
The Duchess of York has previously opened up about how their family unit of four has managed to stay united, even after all these years.
"The way we have always managed to be very, very solidified as a team together, of course with the Duke of York, who is a great father is family unity [and] talking about any issue," she told Lorraine.
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And Beatrice and Eugenie have also spoken about their unusual predicament - as official members of the royal family, they are still expected to behave accordingly, but they are not paid a royal wage and instead have "normal" jobs of their own.
"There is no precedent, there is no protocol," Beatrice told British Vogue of her position.
"We are the first: we are young women trying to build careers and have personal lives, and we're also princesses and doing all of this in the public eye."
Princess Eugenie added: "We want to show people who we are as working, young, royal women, but also not to be afraid of putting ourselves out there."