Britain’s King Charles has returned to the Royal Yacht Britannia after he arrived in Scotland on Monday.
Based on palace, as Holyrood Week started, King Charles was welcomed into the town of Edinburgh.
On the conventional Ceremony of the Keys, the King is welcomed into the town, ‘your historical and hereditary kingdom of Scotland’ by the Lord Provost, who provides him the keys of the town.
Later, he visited the royal yacht.
The palace shared King Charles pictures and video from the go to on its official social media handles.
The submit reads: “From the Engine Room, to Laundry, to the Eating Room… The King has returned to the Royal Yacht Britannia.”
Launched in 1953, the Royal Yacht proudly served the nation for 44 years, enterprise almost 1000 State Visits to 135 nations and crusing over 1 million nautical miles.
Following its decommission in 1997, the Royal Yacht Britannia has welcomed over 6.5 million guests.
Royal Yacht Britannia can be dubbed as Queen Elizabeth’s former floating palace.