[11:14] Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York at Royal Ascot
Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York, are seen at the Royal Ascot racecourse in Britain, June 19, 2015. Reuters /Toby Melville Livepic

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie along with their mom Sarah Ferguson, the former Duchess of York lent their support to contemporary British artist, Teddy M for his new painting. The royal trio helped paint their own little graffiti within the painting. The artist’s painting has been titled “Royal Love.”

The two princesses along with their 56-year-old mom added their own colors to the painting. The artwork will benefit children’s charity Children in Crisis. The U.K.-based charity aims to improve education for some of the world’s poorest kids.

Both the sisters were stylish as usual for the outing. The 27-year-old Beatrice opted to wear a floral dress, which she paired with a white jacket. Her long honey-blonde hair was left loose over her shoulders in a side part and tucked behind her ears.

Eugenie, 26, meanwhile looked stunning in a white minidress. The dress featured a black pattern on the front, round neck and long sleeves which were kept folder till her elbows. She left her short brunette tresses loose in a side part and tucked behind her ears, just like her older sister. Eugenie accessorized with a gold bracelet and a ring.

Sarah was dressed casually in a black T-shirt and matching jeans. She also opted to wear a white jacket to color co-ordinate with her daughters. Her long tresses were also left loose; a section of her hair was pulled back and fastened with clips, while some fringes fell over her face.

The royal women contributed their own artistic touches to the painting, which was done outside Royal Lodge estate in Berkshire, their family home. “We all laughed and joked and painted on the lawn of the historic and beautiful Royal Lodge. The queen grew up there, and there’s some amazing archival footage of royal life at the Lodge,” Teddy said, talking to People.

He added that it was fantastic to create the artwork at the historic house. Teddy took to Instagram and shared a series of pictures on Monday. He also shared a picture of the finished artwork that will be auctioned for Children in Crisis on June 30.

Eugenie added the word “YOLO!” on the right-hand side of the painting. Sarah’s graffiti features across the top of the painting. The painting will be on display at the Masterpiece Fair from June 30 to July 6 in London. The charity can be contacted directly via their website to place a bid.