We have a new sighting of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip! 

On the evening of June 9, the royal family shared a new portrait of the couple ahead of Prince Philip's 99th birthday on June 10.

It shows the married couple of 72 years posing in the quadrangle of Windsor Castle on June 2. See it below.

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As People reported, the Queen's floral dress in the new photo was designed by staffer Angela Kelly. Philip, meanwhile, sports his tie of the Household Division.

"This new photograph of The Duke of Edinburgh and The Queen was taken last week in the quadrangle at Windsor Castle to mark His Royal Highness’s 99th birthday tomorrow," the caption of the June 9 Instagram post read.

It's expected that festivities for Prince Philip's milestone birthday will be "low key," in the form of lunch with the Queen and video calls with the royal family.

New photos of the Queen in 2020 with Prince Philip

New visuals of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have been few and far between since they relocated to Windsor Castle in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. And for good reason, too, as the two nonagenarians have been self-isolating with only a few employees and no public duties.

However, last week, the Queen was spotted horseback riding - an activity she reportedly enjoys on a daily basis. One of these photos is seen below.

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Prince Philip, at age 99, nears centenary birthday

Happy birthday to the Duke of Edinburgh! Following his June 10th birthday, he'll enter his centenary year. A royal insider additionally told People that he was "on good form" as his milestone day neared.