Like any great-granny, Queen Elizabeth dotes on the tots of her family, and always looks proud of all the little royals who scamper round the Royal palaces.
The Queen and Prince Phillip have five great-grandchildren, with three children from Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge, and Zara and Mike Tindall’s two daughters.
The Royal Households keep many photos of the Queen’s family, the Daily Mirror reports, including her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren around the houses she spends time in.
Eagle-eyed royal fans spotted a new addition to the collection in a snap taken at Windsor Castle last week – and it’s a brand new photo of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The picture shows the Queen surrounded by her great-grandchildren and her son Charles.
Princess Charlotte is sitting on the Queen’s lap, and the rest of the royal gang are sitting around them on a gold chair.
It appears the photo was taken a few years ago as the kids look quite young and Prince Louis and Zara’s youngest daughter Lena are missing.
She photo was spotted in pictures taken when artist Stuart Brown visited the palace to show the Queen a portrait he painted of her last week.
The painting was commissioned by the RAF Regiment to celebrate its 75th anniversary, and shows her sitting in the castle’s White Drawing Room.
She’s wearing a brooch presented to her by the RAF Regiment which shows the Astral Crown and crossed Lee Enfield rifles.
Source : BirminghamMail