Royal Parody, Prince William, Kate Middleon, Prince George USA

In less than a week's time, Kate Middleton will experience her first Mothering Sunday as a mum herself! (Don't panic, Yanks—Mother's Day in the States isn't until May 11 this year.)

Prince George and Prince William will surely be celebrating the U.K. version of the holiday with the duchess. Sadly, though, we won't be privy to the details of this as Kate will be spending Mother's Day privately, Kensington Palace tells E! News.

Fortunately for us, online lifestyle retailer commissioned artist Alison Jackson to create a vision of how the Cambridge fam might celebrate the holiday. One particularly clever photo she created shows a Kate look-alike, still in her PJs, playing on the floor with a crown-wearing Prince George impersonator. Prince Williams' royal doppelgänger can be seen lounging on the couch with an eye-mask on. Naturally, a Lupo look-alike is right in the heart of action, too.

Should the real prince and princess decide to have a no-kids-allowed night on the town to celebrate the holiday, they can leave Georgie at home with his new nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo worry-free! She's a graduate of Norland College and seems to be a bona fide Mary Poppins.

Teresa's own mum told El Mundo, a Spanish newspaper, she is "very proud" of her daughter, noting that the royals' new nanny "has worked very hard to get to where she's at."

One neighbor said she "always wanted to be a nanny," while a former hairdresser offered, "More than anything, she's a good person. Very special and shy."

Well, a Happy Mothering Sunday to Kate and all the mums out there—and to Teresa and all the childcare providers helping to raise the kids!

(For more details on Alison Jackson and her work, please visit More information can also be found on her Twitter and Facebook pages.)

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