Last Wednesday, February 16, the Queen, 95, made her last appearance in person before testing positive for COVID-19, where she met with the incoming Secretary of Defence Services, Major General Eldon Millar, and his predecessor, Rear Admiral James Macleod.
Diehard fans of the British monarchy were particularly delighted to see the Queen in a good mood but others were quick to comment on something the monarch had on display behind her.
In one of the official photos of the audience they show the queen standing in front of a desk full of ornaments and framed photographs. There are also a number of chocolate boxes but, what the royal fans noticed was a never before seen family portrait that was on the table, behind the queen.
In the picture Queen Elizabeth is accompanied by her granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor and her great-grandchildren, Prince George, Phillips Island, Princess Charlotte, Savannah Phillips, Prince Louis, Mia Tindall, Lucas Tindall and Lena Tindall.
In the snapshot, Lady Louise stands next to Prince George, while Prince Louis sits on a green sofa next to the Queen, who holds baby Lucas Tindall in her arms.
Real fans have focused on everything, some claim that the photo was taken in Balmoral, where members of the Royal Family gather for a holiday. Where everyone does agree is how much Prince Louis has grown since he was last seen in public.