Family Guy Spoofs Prince George Christening
The creators of hit US comedy Family Guy have wasted no time in spoofing the official royal christening photos - swapping Prince George for baby Stewie.
In the new image, six members of the Royal Family pose for a portrait but instead of cradling her three-month-old son, the Duchess of Cambridge is holding the psychopathic child Stewie.
He is seen looking into the camera with an evil expression on his face while the Queen looks on.
Stewie's sidekick, the heavy-drinking dog Brian also makes an appearance, holding a pint in one of his paws as he takes an interest in one of the Queen's corgis.
Created by Seth MacFarlane, the Emmy-winning animation follows the adventures of Peter Griffin and his family, including Stewie, in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island.
The portrait has been created to coincide with the DVD release of the twelfth series of the Fox show.
One of the episodes, entitled Chap of the Manor, sees Peter Griffin's British alter-ego, Neville, discover he is related to the Queen.
The family then take on all things British, swapping their couch for a sofa, tuning in to Wheel Of Politeness on TV and starting to drink in a pub rather than their usual bar, The Drunken Clam.
The episode is the first time the cult comedy has parodied the Royal Family.
The DVD, which features contributions from stars including James Woods and Cate Blanchett, is released on November 4.
It also includes Ricky Gervais' debut on the show where he plays a dolphin in an episode called Be Careful What You Fish For.