King Charles III has landed in Scotland to privately mourn his mother, Queen Elizabeth III, who was buried on Monday.
The British monarch together with his Queen Consort, Camilla, left Aberdeen airport on Tuesday after flying in from RAF Northolt in west London.
The King is said to be visiting the Balmoral estate his mother loved most in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park following her interment in the family tomb yesterday.
This is also the home where the Queen died 12 days ago, with Charles by her side.
The Royal Family hereby observes a period of mourning to be taken from now until seven days after the Queen’s Funeral. All public engagements are cancelled until next Tuesday.
Her Majesty is said to have had a special connection to Balmoral since childhood because of the time she spent there with her parents and sister. Her son, Charles, now seems to love the place as well.