Queen Camilla has received a new honorary military appointment, taking over from the late Queen Elizabeth II as the patron of The Royal Army Chaplains' Department.
King Charles has given a number of new roles to members of the Royal Family following his accession to the throne.
Camilla's new role will see her oversee the department responsible for providing pastoral care and religious and spiritual support for the British Armed Forces.
Based in Andover, Hampshire, The Royal Army Chaplains' Department also provides ordained clergy to the British military.
The new appointment comes as King Charles made a number of changes to the Royal family's honorary military roles.
Prince William and Princess Kate each received three new roles, including Prince William being appointed the Colonel-in-Chief of The Army Air Corps – which will see him take control of Prince Harry's former unit.