The King of Kilts: Monarch Charles dons a range of tartans during summer in Balmoral as he embraces traditional Highland dress
In Scotland he is more often found wearing a kilt than trousers.
And it seems King Charles was keen to give his collection an outing – by wearing at least five different tartans in two months.
In early August the King attended the Mey Highland Games at John o’ Groats, wearing Edward Stewart tartan.
The king feels comfortable in a kilt
The 74-year-old looked dapper in traditional Highland clothing during his stay at Balmoral
King Charles has shown off a range of tartan during his visits to Scotland over the past two months, including the Weathered Royal Stewart, pictured left
He was next seen at Balmoral wearing the Stewart Hunting tartan.
Early this month he wore the new King Charles III tartan to the Braemar Gathering before donning a Hunting Rothesay tartan at Crathie Parish Church.
Five days later he returned to church in a weathered Royal Stewart tartan.
The tradition of Royals in Scotland wearing tartan dates back more than a century.