Prince William was showered with attention on his 38th birthday, seeing as it also happened to overlap with Father's Day 2020.

The occasion was also a delight for Royal Family fans, as three new Cambridge family photos were released over the birthday weekend.

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On Saturday, Kensington Palace first shared a cute portrait of William with his children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. The father-of-three proudly supports the kids while seated on a swing.

The photo was taken earlier this month by Duchess Catherine—who, sadly, doesn't appear in the new pictures because she's behind the camera.

Then, on William's birthday (and Father's Day), the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to treat royal fans to another two family shots as thanks for the many birthday greetings sent to William.

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Kate's photography skills were on display once again. Only, this time around, the children overcame their father's strength and lovingly toppled him to the ground.

"This is the cutest thing," commented one Instagram user. "Honestly the most adorable photos," said another.

"Thank you everyone for your very kind wishes on The Duke of Cambridge's birthday today!," the caption read.

The Royal Family celebrates Prince William's 38th birthday

Since William's birthday intersected with Father's Day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to William's father, Prince Charles, with the release of another previously unseen photo. (Kate was the photographer once more.)

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The Prince of Wales appeared fond of the loving snapshot, as he featured it in his Instagram post for William's birthday.

Queen Elizabeth II got in on the festivities as well, honouring her grandson with an Instagram post and photo of them together. "Wishing The Duke of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday," the Queen's post read.

The Royal Family's photo came from the Patron's Lunch held at Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen's official birthday celebration in June 2016.

Happy birthday (and Father's Day) to the Duke of Cambridge!