A new portrait of the Queen has been commissioned – and it’s been given the royal seal of approval by the monarch herself!
During a showing at Windsor Castle, the 92-year-old saw for the first time the painting by military artist Stuart Brown, depicting the monarch in a room of the famous royal fortress.
The portrait was commissioned by the RAF Regiment to commemorate its 75th anniversary and to honour the Queen who is the regiment's Air Commodore in Chief.
The painting will be displayed at RAF Honington in Suffolk, home to the RAF Police and the RAF Regiment.
this article was first published by NEW IDEA.