ABC's Joseph Simonetti reports from London: For the first time royal brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry appear together in a painting unveiled at London’s National Portrait Gallery. The portrait is in good company as it takes its place alongside portraits of many other Royal relatives of the past century. William, 27 and Harry aged 25 posed for artist Nicky Phillips from August to December 2008. Phillips said she hoped the painting conveys a casual “brotherly relationship.” The sitting for the painting took place at Clarence House the official residence they share with their father Prince Charles. The brothers appear in military uniform, but are characterized in quite an informal pose. You be the judge.