Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have been married for over seven decades.

Years ago, the royal family sent out the most beautiful Christmas cards to their family and friends. The cards featured the immediate members of the Duke of Edinburgh and Her Majesty’s family.

In 1952, Prince Philip and the Queen released a Christmas card with a photo of their still-growing family. In the snap, the monarch is staring at her handsome husband with so much love and affection in her eyes.

A young Princess Anne is sitting beside the Queen on a bench outside the palace. Prince Philip is looking straight into the camera while resting his back against the tree.

Prince Charles, who is also in the photo, is wearing a suit and tie that he paired with his matching shorts. He is kneeling on the ground while petting his two adorable dogs.

Years later, the royal family sent out another Christmas card that featured a photo of the Queen and Prince Philip with their four children. The happy family is laughing hysterically while posing in front of a speedboat.

The Queen is standing at the far right of the photo beside her eldest son, Prince Charles. The heir to the throne is already a teenager in the picture, and he is sitting at the back of the speedboat.

Standing beside the future Queen is his youngest brother, Prince Edward. The latter is holding on to the speedboat while standing beside Princess Margaret. Beside Princess Margaret is Prince Andrew, who has a huge smile on his face.

Prince Philip is also grinning from ear to ear while standing beside the Duke of York and looking at his wife.

According to Express, the royal family Christmas cards will be up for auction for $131 to $197.

Meanwhile, the Queen and Prince Philip also made headlines this week after it was revealed that Her Majesty gave the Regency to her husband in 1953 after her coronation.

The Regency previously belonged to Princess Margaret, but the late royal agreed with her older sister’s decision to give to Prince Philip instead.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip
The Queen, Prince Philip sign the visitors book during their visit to Canada House on July 19, 2017 in London, England. Getty Images/Stefan Rousseau - WPA Pool