Royal fans spot a previously unseen snap of the Queen with her great-grandchildren – including Princess Charlotte on her lap and a cheeky Prince George behind her
- Photo was on display at Windsor Castle when Queen was presented new portrait
- It appears to show monarch with her great-grandchildren, around two years ago
- Portrait was taken before births of Prince Louis and Lena Tindall this year
Royal fans have spotted a previously unseen snap of the Queen with her great-grandchildren – including Princess Charlotte on her lap.
The sweet photograph, which also features Prince Philip, was on display at Windsor Castle as the 92-year-old was presented with a new portrait of herself on Friday.
It is believed that the portrait was taken before both Prince Louis and Zara Tindall’s second daughter Lena were born, possibly to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday.
The picture features Prince George, now five, and sister Charlotte, now three, as well as their cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips, and Mia Tindall.
Royal fans have spotted a previously unseen snap of the Queen with her great-grandchildren – including Princess Charlotte on her lap and Prince George behind her
The Queen (pictured at a Buckingham Palace reception on Tuesday) is seen in the photograph with five of her great-grandchildren
The snap was spotted by royal fans on social media, who gushed over the ‘lovely’ family photograph.
The picture appears to show the Queen holding Charlotte, who would have been around one at the time, on her lap, while George, aged around three, standing behind.
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Peter and Autumn Philips’ youngest daughter Isla, now six, appears to be standing to the right of the Queen, wearing a burgundy dress, while her older sister Savannah, now seven, looks to be standing on the far right of the picture.
Mia Tindall, now four, looks to be sitting in between the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in the photograph.
The sweet snap of the Queen and her great-grandchildren (circled) was seen on display at Windsor Castle on Friday when she was presented a new portrait of herself by artist Stuart Brown (pictured next to the Queen)
The Queen was again photographed with five of her great-grandchildren – George, Charlotte, Mia, Savannah and Isla – at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in October
Young Mia stole the show by taking hold of the Queen’s handbag when a portrait of the monarch and her great-grandchildren, taken by photographer Annie Leibovitz, was released to mark her 90th birthday.
That portrait also featured Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex’s two children, Lady Louise, now 15, and James, Viscount Severn, now seven.
Since that photograph was taken, the Queen has celebrated the birth of two more great-grandchildren this year: Prince Louis, who was born in April, and Lena Tindall, who was born in June.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting the first child together in the Spring, who will be the Queen’s eighth grandchild.
The Queen’s great-grandchildren, aside from baby Louis and Lena, were recently reunited at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in October.
Charlotte, three, George, five, seven-year-old Savannah (second from left), six-year-old Isla, (back row, second from right) and Mia, four, (far right) all acted as bridesmaids and page boys for Eugenie
The Queen celebrated the births of two more great-grandchildren this year: Prince Louis (above, with Kate and William) and Lena Tindall, Zara and Mike’s second child
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