Princess Eugenie has shared a new photo of her and Jack Brooksbank’s son August Philip Hawke in celebration of World Environment Day.

On Saturday, the royal took to Instagram to share a number of nature shots which included photos of elephants, flowers and stunning scenery.

In one of the photos, the 31-year-old included a picture of herself holding the couple’s son, who they welcomed in February.

In the photo, August can be seen strapped to his mother’s chest as the pair stand in front of a small hill covered with yellow daffodils.

“Environment Day 2021!! Thank you world for giving us such a beautiful place to live,” Princess Eugenie captioned the post. “To mark this day I wanted to share some photos over the years (and more recent ones) that remind me how amazing our environment is and how we must always protect it.”

The royal’s tribute to nature comes after she recently jointly celebrated World Bee Day along with the news that her sister Princess Beatrice is expecting her first child with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Sharing a throwback photo last month of her sister and her brother-in-law on their wedding day, Princess Eugenie expressed her happiness over the baby news while using the nickname Bea to refer to her sibling.

“It’s World Bee Day!! A day to celebrate nature’s most badass little friend with their black and yellow stripes…” she captioned the photo. “But our furry little friends have to share today with my big sis Bea who’s got a little one on the way. Beabea and Edo huge congratulations on your news – can’t wait to meet the little one.”

Princess Eugenie concluded the 20 May post with the hashtags #WorldBeeDay and #SaveTheBees.

This article originally appeared on Over60.