Prince George's Official Portrait Displayed in Queen Elizabeth II's Sitting Room

Kate Middleton, Prince William and son are displayed prominently at Balmoral home in Scottish Highlands

By Rebecca Macatee Sep 24, 2013 3:50 PMTags
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Queen Elizabeth II is a royal, sure, but she's also a proud great-grandmother!

In a new picture of her sitting room at her Balmoral home in the Scottish Highlands, Prince George's first official portrait can be seen displayed prominently on an end table.

The framed photograph of HRH Prince of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton was actually shot by the duchess's dad, Michael Middleton, shortly after George's July 22 birth. The charming shot –along with a picture of the trio with their dog, Lupo, and Carole and Michael's dog, Tilly—was released to the public on Aug. 19.

The Cambridges aren't the only ones on display, though! A photo of the queen's granddaughters Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice is framed atop a dresser. There's also a painting of a young Queen Victoria and one of young Prince Albert. (We presume both Prince Charles and Prince Harry are featured in this room but on the side not visible in this photograph.)

There's even a Corgi stuffed animal and two dog beds for Queen Elizabeth II's beloved dogs. This makes sense, because as everyone knows, dogs are family members, too!