While on their family holiday in Majorca, Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Spain found the time to pose with their two daughters Infanta Leonor and Infanta Sofia for a photo call on Monday.
The Spanish royals strolled around the beautiful setting of La Granja, a huge 17th century mansion situated in Esporles, the heart of Majorca, as the press snapped photographs.
Arriving in the mid-afternoon for the second such photo call, Princess Letizia dressed for the relaxed afternoon in fitted turquoise jeans, a sleeveless white blouse and flat sandals, with pencil-straight locks and natural-looking make-up.
Her daughters were kitted out in similar outfits for the Spanish sunshine in shorts, print tops and sandals. Infanta Leonor, seven, wore grey tones while her sister Infanta Sofia, six, went for violet.
Their handsome dad Prince Felipe was smart-casual in a pair of jeans and white shirt with casual shoes.
The foursome enjoyed everything that the historic mansion has to offer, including its lush green gardens, fountains and animals, which was reportedly what the little Princesses loved the most.
Adorable family snaps show the royals on their annual summer holidays, posing together on a bridge surrounded by the flora and fauna of the gardens and wandering the pathways around the residence, set in the Sierra de Tramuntana.
The family outing comes days after Infanta Leonor and Infanta Sofia collected awards for sailing while their dad took part in the Copa del Rey yachting competition.
At just six and seven years old, the girls have already proved that they take after their father by completing a sailing course at the National School of Vela Calanova in Palma de Majorca on Saturday, where Felipe was also participating in the race, as he does very year.
The girls' mother proudly looked on as her daughters collected their diplomas from their grandmother Queen Sofia, who warmly embraced her grandchildren.