Royal fans are freaking out over this never-before-seen framed photo of George and Charlotte
Such an adorable framed photo.
We previously noticed that a very sweet snap of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has a home at Buckingham Palace and it turns out George and Charlotte feature in another special framed photo.
Yes, as you'll see below, the two children were photographed alongside their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in the photo.
This discovery was made recently when a new portrait of the Queen was unveiled after artist Stuart Brown visited the royal residence to present her with the artwork.
The RAF Regiment commissioned artist Stuart Brown to paint a portrait of The Queen who is Air Commodore in Chief of the RAF Regiment. The portrait shows The Queen in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle. pic.twitter.com/CZHJ8TNhIk
— Royal Ladies (@vaninaswchindt) December 1, 2018
The Queen, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are pictured with Isla and Savannah Phillips, you may recognise her as George's partner in mischief-making, more on that here, and Zara, eldest daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall.
You can see the framed photo in question to the left of the Queen in the above image.
However, Prince Louis, youngest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Lena, Zara and Mike's second daughter are missing as both children weren't born at the time the photo was taken.
Of course, royal fans are delighted with the snap and it's been getting lots of attention on social media.
Lovely new photograph has been discovered. It's Isla Phillips, The Queen with Princess Charlotte on her lap, Prince George, Mia Tindall, Prince Philip and Savannah Phillips. pic.twitter.com/onlr7yuuWZ
— RoyalistSupporter (@ProRoyalFamily) November 30, 2018
Here's hoping we see another photo with all the kids included and as the Cambridge family usually release a Christmas greeting card, we might get another glance at little Prince Louis soon.
This isn't the first time we've been treated to a sneak peek of the photos the Queen has framed and it's clear that there are some lovely family snaps on display.