A rainbow light show covered the flight deck of flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth on her global deployment, to coincide with World Pride.
The display, which lit up the carrier's aft island in LGBT rainbow colours, marked a series of events on board the ships which make up the Carrier Strike Group.
The aim of the event was to allow everyone on board, no matter how they identify or what their sexual orientation, to celebrate who they are.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is the joint largest and most powerful vessel ever constructed for the Royal Navy. and leads the strike group.
She set off in May this year and has successfully conducted operations and engagement in the Mediterranean and Indio-Pacific regions, visiting more than 40 countries, including exercising with other navies around the globe.
Cover image: Royal Navy flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth showed Pride colours to coincide with World Pride (Picture: Royal Navy Compass Twitter).