In Pictures: Looks familiar… Queen shown works contained in Royal Collection
The paintings are part of the RA exhibition Charles I: King And Collector.
The Queen laughed as Royal Academy of Arts president Christopher Le Brun said it was effectively her artworks on display when she visited the venue to see an exhibition of paintings collected by Charles I.
The @royalacademy's 250th anniversary is being marked with a transformative development, designed by Sir David Chipperfield RA - this will provide 70% more space than the original Burlington House footprint. #TheNewRA pic.twitter.com/dBuqOHDKGO— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 20, 2018
The Queen is shown some George III paperwork, including the 'Instrument of Foundation', which was signed by The King on 10 December 1768.— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 20, 2018
Find out more about the @royalacademy & George III: https://t.co/wEBJ65Izm9 pic.twitter.com/jfgGledTyi