You'll swoon over the adorable gifts Prince William and Kate Middleton's kids made for the Queen this Easter

D'aww!

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with their children, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, attend a special pantomime performance at London's Palladium Theatre
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Great Grandma, aka Queen Elizabeth II, received the royal treatment this Easter thanks to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's little ones. 

• Prince William and Kate Middleton's three children made surprise Easter gifts for their great grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

• The little Easter bunnies received help from mom with their creative endeavors. 

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Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis relieved the Easter Bunny of his duties this holiday and decided to lend a helping paw. 

According to US Weekly, the little ones wanted to make surprise gifts for their great grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, to mark the occasion. This included customized Easter eggs (naturally) and a chocolate cake covered in mini Cadbury eggs. We're a bit jealous that we didn't get a chocolate treat, but we hope the Queen enjoyed these special sweets. (Have a bite for us, your majesty!) 

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Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to send well wishes of their own on social media. The two posted an adorable Easter egg video on Instagram that was accompanied by a sweet caption. Of course, this was met with great praise in the comments section—bunny emojis and hearts as far as the eye could see!

Have a look!

However, the royals were in hot water on other social media platforms this holiday weekend. Prince William came under fire for a seemingly hypocritical comment about climate change. During his time at the Conservation International Gala in the U.K., the Duke of Cambridge suggested that we “reset our relationship with nature and our trajectory as a species," which did not bode well on Twitter.