Britain's Queen Elizabeth is looking for a new gardener.
The 86-year-old monarch has placed an advert for a new green-fingered helper to maintain her lawns at Buckingham Palace and the candidate will receive a fee of £14,950 per year in return for being proficient in "good organic horticultural practices" while looking after the plants, shrubs and rose borders.
The advert states successful contenders must maintain lawn areas in the 40-acre site to "the highest standards" which includes cutting grass, fertilising and re-turfing, as well as "carry out green waste recycling duties" and "assist in the development of the wildlife in the gardens".
It reads: "The Gardens section is responsible for the maintenance and on-going development of the gardens and grounds, whilst always looking to improve practices with regard to environmental, conservation and efficiency issues.
"The team also works closely with other Departments regarding the use of the gardens/grounds for a range of events throughout the year, including the Garden Parties and the Summer Opening of the Palace to the public."
What's more, the advert states the successful candidate must "have a keen interest in conservation and organic practices; be well organised; and, have the ability to work within a small, supportive team".
Those who are keen to apply for the 40-hour-a-week position have until October 25 to send in their applications.