Prince Andrew and Prince Edward posed for a portrait with their parents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip decades ago. However, their older siblings, Prince Charles and Princess Anne are not featured in the photograph.

In the unearthed snap, the male members of the royal family are wearing their signature suit and tie. Patriarch Prince Philip is standing behind his wife and sons. He has a small smile on his face, but he looks very handsome in the picture.

Her Majesty is sitting on the sofa with her hands crossed and locked on her lap. She is wearing a long-sleeved attire that is accentuated by her brooch and pearl necklace. The Queen’s hair is curled neatly, and she has a beautiful smile on her face.

Sitting beside the monarch and on the armrest of the sofa is her so-called favorite son, Prince Andrew. The Duke of York is 15 years old in the picture, but he looks a little too mature for his age.

He is smiling from ear to ear while looking straight into the camera. His facial features are defined, and his hair is neatly fixed on his head. But it seems that the dad of two is wearing a suit that is too big for him. The coat made it look as though his arms are too short.

Sitting in front of Prince Andrew is his younger brother, Prince Edward. The Earl of Wessex has a glum expression on his face. His hands are locked on top of his thighs, and his suit also looks a little too big for him.

The royal family’s portrait was taken at Windsor Castle in October 1975. As such, Prince Charles and Princess Anne were already adults and they didn’t join in the photograph.

In the same year, the heir to the throne had already been drinking and going to nightclubs. In fact, it was reported that he tried to ask one woman at the club to dance with him but he got rejected.

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Pictured: Prince Harry, Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Prince Andrew watch the flypast over The Mall of British and US World War II aircraft from the Buckingham Palace balcony on National Commemoration Day July 10, 2005 in London. Getty Images/Daniel Berehulak