The Princess of Wales has been appointed to a number of honorary military roles following King Charles' reshuffle.
Princess Kate has been appointed into three roles – Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm, Royal Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Coningsby and Colonel-in-Chief of the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards.
Her role as Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm was a position that was relinquished by Prince Andrew in 2022.
The Fleet Air Arm is responsible for operating all of the Royal Navy's aircraft, including Merlin helicopters and F-35 fighter jets.
The Princess will also take over from Prince William as Royal Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Coningsby, a role her husband previously held from 2008.
The airbase in Lincoln is where Typhoon fighter pilots are trained and is one of two Quick Reaction Alert stations in the UK.
Finally, Kate is also the new Colonel-in-Chief of the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards, known as the Welsh Cavalry.
This was a duty which was carried out by her father-in-law Charles when he was the Prince of Wales.
King Charles has taken over eight of his late mother's former honorary military posts, including becoming sponsor of the Royal Navy's flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth.