Britain's Queen Elizabeth will attend a Diamond Jubilee thanksgiving service in Scotland this summer.
The monarch and Prince Philip will visit the country between July 2-6 as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour to mark her 60 years on the throne, and the royal couple will take in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Clydebank and Greenock as part of their trip north of the border.
The queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will attend a thanksgiving service at Glasgow Cathedral before heading to a thistle service and lunch as guest of Knights of the Thistle, the highest honour in the country.
The event celebrates the current members of the order - which is presented to Scottish nationals who have held public office or contributed to the country in a particular way - as well as its history.
Elizabeth will be handed the keys to Edinburgh upon her arrival to the Scottish capital city and welcomed to her "ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland" by the Lord Provost before handing the keys back to keep with tradition.
The queen - who has visited Edinburgh nearly every year since her coronation in 1952 - is to take in an investiture and garden party at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, and the royal couple's visit to the country will conclude in Perth, which was awarded city status earlier this year to mark the Diamond Jubilee.