It has been a busy week for the Irish Guards' regimental mascot - celebrating both the King's coronation and his own birthday.
Irish wolfhound Turlough Mór (affectionately known to the troops as Seamus), led the Irish Guards Massed Pipes and Drums and the Senior Officer Cohort to Buckingham Palace Garden for Saturday's coronation military procession.
Just days before that - on Thursday 4 May - he marked his third birthday.
Happy birthday messages poured in on Twitter for the mascot.
Seamus is not new to royal occasions - The Princess of Wales, in her role as Colonel of the Irish Guards, presented him with sprigs of shamrock for St Patrick's Day in March.
Seamus is the 17th regimental mascot of the Irish Guards and was acquired from his breeder in North Yorkshire in October 2020.
He spent four weeks with his new handler, Drummer Adam Walsh, from Dublin, at the Defence Animal Training Centre at Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, before officially joining the regiment.
As part of his training, he was familiarised with military music and the Regimental Band of the Irish Guards.
Seamus lives alongside the guardsmen and attends recruiting events and ceremonial occasions.