Queen Elizabeth shares her beautiful big and round eyes with her sons, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

In an unearthed photo, the Queen is looking upward at the camera. Her big brown eyes are accentuated in the snap. She is also standing beside Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

Her Majesty is wearing a bluish-purple coat that she paired with her brooch and pearl accessories. She also has a beautiful smile on her face. Beside the Queen is a young Prince Andrew whose eyes are also big and brown.

The young Duke of York is also looking straight into the camera while helping his mom watch over his younger brother who had just been born. And Prince Edward, who is lying on his cot, also has big round eyes like his older brother and the Queen.

In a second photo, the Queen is once again bonding with her two youngest children. Prince Andrew looks handsome in his long-sleeved polo shirt and blue necktie. He is playing with his toy, while Her Majesty is looking at him lovingly. There are claims suggesting that Prince Andrew is the Queen’s favorite child.

And sitting on the monarch’s lap is Prince Edward. The young boy is playing with a piece of paper, and he also looks quite handsome in the picture.

Growing up, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward had more time to bond with their parents compared to Prince Charles and Princess Anne. This is because the Queen was already much older and was more accustomed to being a mom when she had her two youngest children.

And in the third picture, a teenage Prince Charles is playing with Prince Edward on the go-cart. Prince Charles was never close to his younger siblings, but he still made sure to bond with them every now and then.

In the photo, the heir to the throne and Prince Edward have huge smiles on their faces.

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Edward, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne
Pictured: Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward on the occasion of a dinner to mark the forthcoming Diamond Wedding Anniversary of The Queen and The Duke on Nov. 18, 2007. Getty Images/Tim Graham