The 92-year- Queen Elizabeth head of the British monarchy is the star of a new portrait on display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The painting was placed in the Royal Dining Room at Holyrood House in Edinburgh, Scotland, the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland.
The Painting was done by artist Nicky Philipps, the oil painting demonstrates Her Majesty wearing conventional dim green velvet stylized robes and an Order of the Thistle neckline. The embellishing shroud includes the request’s star that incorporates the adage, “Nobody hurts me with exemption.” Underneath the robe, the queen is seen with a white dress and furthermore wearing dangling pearl earrings. .
The new painting, commissioned by The Royal Collection Trust to improve the guest involvement with the royal residence, is in plain view in the Royal Dining Room nearby a picture of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, made by Sir William Oliphant Hutchison in 1967. The regal family still uses the space for entertaining.
Queen Elizabeth wore that same ensemble during her and Prince William‘s trip to Scotland in July, when they attended the annual Order of the Thistle Service at St. Giles’ Cathedral.