The Queen gives glimpse of unseen snaps of great grandchildren Prince George, Charlotte and Louis

The Queen gives glimpse of unseen family photos in latest video call.

Buckingham Palace handout picture of Queen Elizabeth II, who is in residence at Windsor Castle, speaking by video link during a virtual diplomatic audience with His Excellency Dr. Ferenc Kumin, Ambassador of Hungary, and his wife, Viktoria, who were at London's Buckingham Palace where such audiences are traditionally held.
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The Queen has given fans an insight into her beloved family photo collection during her latest video call.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II took part in her first virtual diplomatic audience on Friday but being back at work wasn't the only thing that gave us a pleasant surprise. 

In a picture frame, placed on a sideboard behind her, eagle-eyed fans noticed a new snap of Prince George, Charlotte and Louis which hasn't been seen before.

Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen by videolink from Windsor Castle, where she is in residence, during a virtual audience to receive Her Excellency Sophie Katsarava, the Ambassador of Georgia, who was at London's Buckingham Palace.

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But you'll have to look closely to spot the Cambridge kids over her shoulder on the left hand side of the screen.

The unseen photo shows Prince George, seven, posing next to his sister Princes Charlotte, five and youngest sibling Louis can be seen in front of her.

It's thought the sweet snap was taken by mother Kate, who is a self-professed "enthusiastic amateur photographer," and is no stranger to getting behind the lens to share some of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's most treasured moments.

Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen by videolink from Windsor Castle, where she is in residence, during a virtual audience to receive Her Excellency Sophie Katsarava, the Ambassador of Georgia, who was at London's Buckingham Palace.

(Image credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire/PA Images)

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But it's not the first time The Queen has given people a glimpse of her tender family photographs, she often has a selection displayed behind her whenever she is addressing the country over the festive period through her Christmas speech.

And just last month, Kate gave fans an insight into her own treasured snaps displayed at her Kensington Palace home during a Zoom call.