The Queen & Prince Philip Pose With Their Great-Grandkids In Previously Unseen Portrait — Taken By Duchess Kate
The Royal Family has shared a previously unseen portrait of The Queen and Prince Philip posing with their great-grandchildren. The heartwarming photo, from 2018, was taken by Duchess Kate at Balmoral Castle and it features the great-grandparent royals surrounded by seven of the family's youngest members.
Following the passing of Prince Philip, the Royal Family has just released a never-before-seen portrait of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh surrounded by their great-grandchildren.
Queen & Prince Philip's new photo with great-grandchildren
Duchess Kate was credited as the photographer of the 2018 family gathering, which was shared by the Royal Family on social media today. It shows the great-grandparent royals with all seven of their great-grandkids at the time.
The portrait sees the Queen and Prince Philip with (from left to right) Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, Savannah Phillips, Isla Phillips holding Lena Tindall, and Mia Tindall.
The heartwarming picture took place at Balmoral Castle in 2018. Since then, the Queen and the Duke have also become great-grandparents to three more children—Archie, August, and Lucas—giving them 10 great-grandkids.
Another new Royal Family photo after Prince Philip's death
Today, Prince William and Duchess Kate also shared an unseen 2015 photo of themselves with Prince George, a newborn Princess Charlotte, and the children's great-grandparents.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge captioned the post in memory of Prince Philip and the photos were shared in "remembering him as a father, grandfather and great-grandfather."
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, passed away on April 9 at the age of 99. He's survived by his wife of 73 years, the Queen, their four children, eight grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.