Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge leave the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate after the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015. New photos featuring the royal family were posted on the Kensington Palace Twitter account. Getty Images

It’s all smiles for the camera of a famous photographer for the royal family. That’s the latest royal family portrait from the Kensington Palace Twitter account. A beaming Kate Middleton is holding a very serene Princess Charlotte while proud dad Prince William holds on to Charlotte’s big brother, Prince George.

The photo was taken by famed photographer Mario Testino shortly after Princess Charlotte’s christening, reports Us Weekly. In one regal portrait, Testino snapped the entire immediate royal family, including grandparents Prince Charles and Camilla with James and Carole Middleton. Michael and Pippa Middleton fill up the rest of the frame.

Several of the new snapshots were taken at the historic Sandringham House in England. The christening ceremony took place not too far away in the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Princess Charlotte was dressed in a replica traditional ivory christening gown while mom Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen outfit and aunt Pippa rocked a Emilia Wickstead dress. The origins of the gown are traced back to Queen Victoria’s firstborn back in 1841.

The royal couple was spotted yesterday without Princess Charlotte and Prince George in tow. Kate Middleton and Prince William took a date out to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships in London. The pair took breaks from their time together to speak with All England Tennis Club Chairman Philip Brooks during their visit.

The next expected big outing for the young family will be Prince George’s birthday on July 22. The young royal will turn 2 years old.