HMS Queen Elizabeth has arrived back in Portsmouth after a successful period of sea trials ahead of a deployment to the Mediterranean later this year.
In a tweet, the ship said: "We'll reset in Portsmouth and head out again to fly some jets!"
The Royal Navy's flagship will lead a carrier strike group for the fourth time in four years.
- HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves Portsmouth for sea trials
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The Prime Minister said the carrier will be regularly deployed across the Indo-Pacific region along with France's Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier to form the "backbone" of a permanent European maritime presence there.