The King and Queen will today attend a private service of prayer at Crathie Kirk on the Balmoral estate as they mark the first anniversary of Elizabeth II’s death.
Their Majesties, accompanied by a small number of Balmoral guests, will arrive for the memorial service shortly before 10am.
They are then expected to meet members of the local community who may gather to pay their respects in the church grounds.
The late Queen regularly worshipped at Crathie Kirk, the small church just a short walk from Balmoral Castle, during her summer holidays.
The King will not make a public address but released a statement recalling all that his mother “meant to so many of us” to mark the first anniversary of his accession.
Meanwhile, the Prince and Princess of Wales will attend a series of engagements in west Wales.
This morning, the couple will attend a small, private service at St Davids Cathedral in Haverfordwest.
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