The Queen Just Became Larger Than Life
Queen Elizabeth II has unveiled a giant self portrait of herself in London's Crosby Hall.
The Queen looked rather impressed when revealing the painting by pulling away the velvet covering in front of an audience.
You'd hope she likes it...
The artwork, painted by internationally acclaimed artist Colin Davidson, spans approximately 1m x 1.5m.
The Belfast-born artist said "in some way acknowledges the actions she has taken to advance healing in the Anglo-Irish relationship".
The unveiling was at a reception for Cooperation Ireland.
During tonight's event, Her Majesty unveiled a portrait commissioned by Co-operation Ireland, and painted by Belfast artist Colin Davidson pic.twitter.com/y9uHfWNmjS— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) November 8, 2016