Charles Spencer delighted his followers this week, when he shared a video of two special additions to his family estate.
Taking to Twitter, Princess Diana’s brother posted a short clip of two small lambs, which showed one of them snacking on the grass while the other walked around and “Baa”-ed a few times. Aww!
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It was a lovely spring day, and the family’s dogs looked on at the sweet scene in front of them.
Charles captioned the video: "Orphaned lambs Lucky and Minty, enjoying their new, safe, life."
His followers were quick to reply, sharing their love for the heart-melting clip.
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One wrote: "How adorable. Such sweet creatures. Very kind of you to take them in."
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A second added: "They are so precious & are very happy, I love lambs!!"
Charles shared the lovely clip from life at Althorp House
Others chimed in: "I have such a big smile on," and: "Beautiful, thank you for sharing."
The Earl has been sharing photos and videos of many of the lovely seasonal changes taking place at Althorp.
At the weekend, he posted a beautiful vista of a patch of land which was covered with daffodils blowing in the wind under a row of trees.
Charles captioned the sweet clip: "Daffodils nodding stiffly in the wind," and his fans rushed to share their appreciation for the spring scene.
The Earl is custodian of the family's Northamptonshire estate
One commented: "A beautiful sight! A real harbinger of spring. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many daffodils in one place before."
Others agreed, replying: "I love daffodils. Absolutely gorgeous. I'm very envious. I have just a few," and: "My favorite time of year in England, just so beautiful! Thank you!"
A fourth wrote: "You are so fortunate to wake up to such an amazing place."
Charles is custodian of the family estate, where he and the late Diana, Princess of Wales both grew up.
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