Prince George has once again proven that he can steal the spotlight of a photo – even when it includes four generations of the Royal Family.
The latest portrait, which will be turned into a stamp sheet, features Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles (a.k.a. the Prince of Wales) and Prince William (a.k.a. the Duke of Cambridge) as well as the two-year-old posing in Buckingham Palace.
Each of the royals can be seen sitting, sporting a different shade of blue with rather large smiles. Adorably, Prince George was snapped standing on top of a stack of foam blocks holding onto his father’s hand. He’s also sporting his now-trademark sides-wept locks and knee socks.
It’s practically awe-inducing.
A family portrait to mark #Queenat90.
It’s the first time Prince George has appeared on @RoyalMailStamps pic.twitter长沙桑拿/9xgoJwNU12
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 20, 2016
Photographed by Ranald Mackechnie in the White Drawing Room, the photo was released ahead of the Queen’s 90th birthday on Thursday, April 21.
According to reports, the monarch won’t celebrate her big day with pomp and ceremony.
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She’ll unveil a plaque signifying the start of a four-mile Queen’s Walkway at the foot of Castle Hill in Windsor, then will take a walkabout with the Duke of Edinburgh (a.k.a. Prince Philip) to greet members of the public.
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Her Majesty will then light the first in a chain of 1,000 beacons across the world that will celebrate her birthday.
The day will end with a private celebration with members of the Royal family, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The following day, Queen Elizabeth will host U.S. President Barack Obama for a private luncheon.
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Windsor Castle will also host a massive three-day celebration beginning May 12, which will feature 900 horses and more than 1,500 riders and performers during a 90-minute show each night.
More than 25,000 tickets were purchased for the shows and more than 5,000 spectators are expected to watch the extravaganza from screens outside the castle each night.
The Queen is expected to attend the final celebration on May 15.
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Speaking in New Delhi at an early birthday party for the Queen, Prince William called her Majesty the “guiding force” of their family.
In her first solo interview since marrying Prince William in 2011, the former Kate Middleton also opened up to an interviewer saying the Queen is a doting great-grandmother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. “She always leaves a little gift or something in their room when we go and stay.”
– With files from the Associated Press
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