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Royal fans are cooing after Prince Charles shared an adorable family snap from 70 years ago.
The throwback pic shows him as a toddler with the Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and baby Princess Anne enjoying the warm weather on a hot summer's day in Clarence House's garden.
The black and white family photograph was posted on Clarence House's Instagram account – attracting more than 25,000 likes and several hundred comments from royal fans across the world.
They swamped the comments section of the social media site to praise the photograph, while many left tributes to Prince Philip, the Mirror reports.
In one post, Royal fan said: "What a beautiful [email protected] and a second commented: "So heartwarming photo. I love your family to bits."
Others added: "Wonderful photo" while a fourth poster said: 'The Queen is gorgeous.'
In another comment tributes were left to the late Philip with one simply saying: "RIP Prince Philip."
The young Queen was shown wearing a flowing dress and lapel collar is seen sitting on a picnic blanket with her hands clasped in front of her.
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Her well-dressed husband Prince Philip looks smart in a suit and joins her cross-legged in the image.
The royal couple are focused on their children, as Princess Anne reaches out to touch the flowers on the bushes in the picturesque surroundings.
Prince Charles, meanwhile, leans on his left hand as he looks at his parents.
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The caption shared urges Prince Charles and Camilla's 1.5million Instagram followers to have a look around Clarence House by clicking a link and using @googleartsculture to have a peek inside the official London residence of Prince Charles.
Meanwhile a slice of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding cake has sold for £1,850 at auction.
The slice is from one of the 23 official wedding cakes and features a sugared onlay of the royal coat-of-arms coloured in gold, red, blue and silver.
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It was given to Moyra Smith, a member of the Queen Mother's household at Clarence House.
She preserved the topping with cling film and was expected to raise just £500 but auctioneers said they were "amazed" at the interest.
The cake was bought by luxury boat charterer Gerry Layton in Leeds who bid online.
He said he has put in his will the cake along with his estate is to go to charity after his death.
"I also thought that I could put it up as a raffle prize with some of the money going to Centrepoint, which Princess Di was patron of," he said.
"I will have to think of a way to stop myself from trying to eat it though."
He added he planned to make the trip from Yorkshire to Gloucestershire to collect the cake next week, as he wanted to ensure it remained in good condition.
The auctioneers said bidders from the UK, USA and several countries in the Middle East had shown interest.
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