Cheryl has shared a sultry picture of her lounging on a bed after attending the birthday celebrations of Prince Charles.
Guest editing an issue of Country Life magazine, the Prince has written 1,960-word letter in which he warns that the countryside and its people can not be taken for granted.
The photograph was taken by Getty photographer Chris Jackson, who too found it "particularly special" to capture such an "informal and relaxed family portrait over a fun afternoon in the gardens of Clarence House".
Etiquette expert Jo Bryant agreed, saying: "The interesting thing to remember as well is that you can't choose your family, we come up with this idea that they have to be buddies but if you think of the average family, are sisters in law always best friends? No".
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Everyone's eyes are looking off camera in the second pic and whatever is going on has them in stitches.
The family's clothing was clearly carefully considered.
The new photographs are the first that include Prince Charles and the entire family since the christening of Prince William and Princess Kate's youngest child, Prince Louis, in July. The Duchess of Sussex is sporting a minimalist white and navy Givenchy number.
Camilla is elegant in a cream V-neck frock with two-tone pumps, while Charlotte, next to her, wears one of her familiar print smock dresses with navy blue buckle-up shoes. Smiling Louis melts hearts in baby blue shorts and a little white collared shirt. The queen is reportedly hosting a lavish bash at Buckingham Palace to celebrate Charles's milestone birthday on Wednesday night.