A private photo of the Queen was accidentally revealed at a ceremony at Windsor Castle as Her Majesty is pictured with her great-grandchildren.
The image was on display as the Queen, 95, presented concert organist Thomas Trotter with The Queen’s Medal for Music.
Although it was in the background, it did not go missed by royal fans as they spotted the 95-year-old’s heartwarming photo with her great-grandchildren and the late Prince Philip.
The photo shows Her Majesty smiling as she holds Princess Charlotte in her lap.
Also included in the photography are Prince George, Peter Phillips’ daughters Isla and Savannah, and Zara Tindall’s oldest daughter, Mia.
Unfortunately, the photograph is partially blocked due to a handbag being sat on the same table.
According to the People, it is believed the photo was taken in 2016 when Princess Charlotte would have been around 18 months old.
The Queen has been busy with great-grandmother duties recently as she attended the christening of her two great-grandsons, 9-month-old August Brooksbank and 8-month-old Lucas Tindall.
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The christening, which was attended by numerous members of the royal family, was held at All Saints Chapel in Windsor Great Park.
Her Majesty has recently been back to more royal work by hosting numerous dignities since her health scare, following a short overnight stay in hospital in October.
The Queen had been forced to cancel numerous events while she rested on medical advice, including a royal visit to Ireland.
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She will now be getting ready for Christmas at her Sandringham estate with many of her great-grandchildren joining her on the day.
Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton are all expected to attend but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to celebrate the festive season in their new home abroad.
Harry has recently been getting involved with UK politics as he lent his support to the scrapping of visa fees for non-UK troops who served in the British military.
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