Monday, December 13, 2021
Royal Family has given fans a perfect treat this Christmas as they shared never-before-seen photo of Queen Elizabeth II with her mother, The Duchess of York, on Monday.
The official Royal Family Instagram account surprised fans and followers on Monday with a previously unseen shot of the Queen posing with her sweet mother during a meeting with a veteran at a sale of work organised by Friends of the Elderly in the 1930s.
In her childhood photo, just a few years old at the time, Queen looks amazing while shaking hand with a veteran. Her mother's smile is quite natural and obvious at the moment, affectionately looking at her sweet heart.
The photo has prompted an excited reaction from royal fans, with many pointing out the Queen's resemblance to her six year-old great-granddaughter Charlotte.
"As Christmas approaches, we’re handing our Instagram stories over to a long-standing Royal patronage which will be supporting older people during the festive season," the photo was captioned.
"Friends of the Elderly has had Royal support since its early days caring for WWI veterans. Her Majesty The Queen is currently Patron, and Princess Alexandra is President. "
"The charity began in 1905 as ‘Friends of the Poor’ and went on to serve ‘Penny Dinners’ to WWI veterans and help elderly people in a London devastated by bombing during WWII. Today, it provides day care and care home support to older people as well as grants and specialist dementia care for those who need it," It added.
There's another photo of the 95-year-old monarch "hosting a reception for Friends of the Elderly in 2009."
In the third picture, Princess Alexandra is seen with the Queen at the opening of the Bradbury Centre in Malvern - a specialist dementia home - in 2008.
Royal family's post shows how committed and elegant the Queen has been since her childhood.