You're probably good at finding the panda by now, but we want to know if you can 'Find the Queen'! A new illustration features the monarch hidden among her beloved corgis in honour of Her Majesty's upcoming 90th birthday.
Can you spot the Queen?
Corgis have always held a special place in the monarch's heart; it's believed that the Queen has owned more than 30 during her reign. "My corgis are my family," she has famously said.
Dookie, the first royal corgi, joined the royal household when Elizabeth was seven. The then-Princess even brought along her favourite, Susan – who had been given to her on her 18th birthday – when she and Prince Philip set off on their honeymoon.
Entering her tenth decade, the Queen has two elderly corgis, Holly and Willow – descendants of Susan – as well as two dorgis (a dachshund/ corgi crossbreed), Candy and Vulcan.
Some of the dogs won further fame when they appeared with the Queen and Daniel Craig in a spoof James Bond video made for the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
But the Queen has made it clear she doesn't want to introduce any more young dogs into the royal household because, she says, she doesn't want to leave them behind.
Pick up this week's issue of HELLO! and you'll also receive our special 100-page souvenir edition on the Queen, which celebrates her life and loves, her passions and the exemplary way in which she has carried herself over the last four score years and ten.