Nick Park has created a 'Wallace and Gromit' short to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
The animator is thrilled to be part of the forthcoming celebrations after teaming up with the National Trust to make one-minute film 'A Jubilee Bunt-a-thon'.
The mini-movie, which features Wallace and Gromit climbing ladders to hoist bunting up around a Trust manor, will be shown at 14 National Trust locations.
A behind-the-scenes documentary will also be screened at the organisation's Jubilee parties.
Nick said: "I have to pinch myself when I think how far Wallace and Gromit have come. From ideas in my head, to 'film stars' working with great organisations such as the National Trust, which the nation holds dear to its heart. Wallace and Gromit are in for a cracking summer at the National Trust.
"The National Trust has a special place in my heart from a childhood memory of completing a paint-by-numbers at Stourhead, to Montacute House, on which we based Tottington Hall in the 'Curse Of The Were-rabbit' film."
National Trust visitor experience director Tony Berry added: "The National Trust and Wallace and Gromit are two of Britain's greatest treasures and we felt it fitting that in this summer of celebration we should bring them together.
"We are holding our very own premiere of Wallace And Gromit's 'Jubilee Bunt-a-thon' at our properties, it was made exclusively for the National Trust and we are really excited that it will encourage the nation to join us for an extra special Diamond Jubilee celebration."
It has previously been revealed that Prince Charles is a huge 'Wallace and Gromit' fan and he and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, love watching the pair on screen.
Camilla said recently: "I love Shaun the Sheep. He's really funny. My husband Prince Charles - Wallace and Gromit are his favourite people in the world. We always sit and watch them - it's one of his favourite films."
Charles previously praised the work of Aardman Animations when he visited their studios in 2001.
He told creator Nick : "I'm such an admirer of what you do, it really is terrific."