The palace released a photo featuring four generations of royal family members to start off the new decade.
In the portrait taken on December 18 at the Throne Room in the Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth poses with the throne’s direct heirs, the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cambridge, and six-year-old Prince George.
While the Queen is standing front-and-center and looking regal in a white dress with a diamond broach, Prince George steals the show with his adorable smile.
The 6-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton stands at the Queen's side looking grown-up and poised in his tartan plaid trousers and tucked white shirt.
His grandfather, Prince Charles, stands behind him with his arm placed on his shoulder.
The second in line to the throne dons a pinstripe suit while his son, Prince William, rocks a navy suit as he stands tall behind his grandmother.
George has grown up a lot since the first official portrait of Her Majesty and the three heirs was taken in April 2016 when he was just two-years-old.
According to The Daily Mail, the palace released the first portrait to commemorate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
It was later printed on commemorative stamps by the British Royal Mail.
Both the 2016 and 2020 images were taken by photographer Ranald Mackechnie.
The publication reports that the portrait marks the second time in the three weeks that all four generations of royal members were photographed together in the palace.
Last month, Queen Elizabeth joined the monarchs in making making Christmas pudding as part of the "Together at Christmas" initiative.