It's only been four months since Prince Philip died at 99 years old, but Prince Charles is still thinking about his late father.
"Taken 70 years ago this month, this photo shows The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Princess Anne enjoying a warm summer day in the Clarence House garden," Clarence House's Instagram account captioned a photo of Philip and the Queen with their daughter and eldest son.
Of course, people loved the snap. One person wrote, "Beautiful picture of a lovely young family," while another added, "What a beautifully captured picture! Long live our noble Queen." A third user added, "Wow! Cute throwback."
In April, Buckingham Palace announced the sad news. "It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle," the Royal Family Twitter account wrote.
The post comes at a sad time for the Queen, as this is her first holiday at her Balmoral estate in Scotland without her husband of 73 years.
However, it seems like the 95-year-old monarch is trying to spend time with her loved ones. “The Queen just wants to crack on. She is itching to get back to normal like everyone else," a source told The Sun. “The family barbecues are back on the agenda even without Philip there for the first time.”
Although she lost her other half, the Queen has been spotted at numerous events over the past few months, as she is trying to keep busy and move on with her life.
"Anyone who knows the Queen or works with the Queen knows that she would take a little bit of time, but not a huge amount, to mourn her husband," expert Roya Nikkhah told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat. "What we really saw from June onwards was her carrying out a lot of activities."