Queen Elizabeth II is one of the most loved and well-respected members of the royal family. As such, she has received countless of sweet kisses from her relatives both in public and in private.

Hello! magazine compiled some of Her Majesty’s photos being kissed on her cheek by Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and more. The Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen are rarely affectionate towards each other, but the mom of three bent down to kiss the monarch on Christmas Day in 2013.

Several years ago, Prince William kissed his grandmother’s cheek after competing in a polo match. Prince Charles was with his son at that time, and he also kissed the Queen.

Prince Harry also did a similar gesture with the monarch in 2008 when they attended Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly’s nuptials at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. The Duke of Sussex kissed the Queen’s cheek and held her back while Prince Philip looked on.

Prince Charles also kisses his mom’s cheek in public, but there was at least one time in the past that he opted to kiss Her Majesty’s hand. The snap was taken during Prince Charles’ polo match in 1985 after the Queen presented her son with a prize.

Three years ago, Prince Charles’ wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, also greeted the Queen with a kiss on the cheek while at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. In 2006, the Queen and Prince Edward went to Australia for an official engagement. While there, Her Majesty’s youngest son also kissed her on the cheek after she opened the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

The Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, also rarely show their affection towards each other in public. But in 1991, they both kissed each other on the cheek on the eve of the millennium. The royal couple just celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary this week.

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The royal family typically greets Queen Elizabeth II with a kiss on the cheek. Pictured: Royal family watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as members of the Royal Family attend events to mark the centenary of the RAF on July 10, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Paul Grover-WPA Pool