A new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George which was taken in the throne room at Buckingham Palace now marks “only the second time a portrait of all four has been released.
The Mirror reports: “A beaming Queen kicks off the new decade with a stunning portrait of herself and her three heirs.
“The Queen, 93, stands proudly at the front in a white dress with a blue brooch and holds one of her trademark handbags.
“George, six, in tartan trousers and a white shirt, shares a red-carpeted step with grandfather Charles, 71.
“William, 37, stands behind his father, son and grandmother in a dark suit and tie.
“The first portrait of the quartet was released in 2016 to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday.
“It was then reproduced on commemorative stamps,” the report said.
“Both images were taken by Ranald Mackechnie.The latest official portrait comes just two weeks after the royals marked the festive season with a series of informal photos.
“George was seen repeatedly stabbing the thick pudding mixture with a wooden spoon, making his grandfather chuckle.