The King and Queen Consort have chosen a photograph taken at a Highland Gathering for their Christmas card this year.
Buckingham Palace on Sunday released the picture selected for the couple’s first Christmas card since Charles became King.
The image, taken by award-winning photographer Sam Hussein, shows Charles and Camilla smiling at the Braemar Royal Highland Gathering in September.
Meanwhile, Camilla is wearing a green suit and matching hat with a pheasant motif, and pearl earrings.
The photo was taken on September 3 – just days before the Queen’s death on September 8, when Charles was still the Prince of Wales.
During the event, Charles officially opened a new structure celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee as he joined spectators at The Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park for the annual Highland Games event.
Charles cut a heather rope to mark the opening of the Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee Archway.
Crowds from across the globe joined him and the then Duchess of Cornwall to watch competitors take part in events such as the caber toss, hammer throw and tug-of-war, as well as to celebrate some longstanding Scottish traditions, dance and music.
Camilla appeared to take a sprig of flowers and put it in her buttonhole, which can be seen in the Christmas card photograph.