A series of paintings to commemorate veterans who took part in the D-Day landings are set to go on display at the Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace - 71 years to the day Allied troops launched the invasion of mainland Europe on June 6, 1944.
The portraits, which show the former servicemen proudly wearing their medals, were commissioned by Prince Charles.
The Prince of Wales said the paintings captured the "spirit, resolve, warmth and humanity" of those who fought in the D-Day campaign.
Charles decided to commission the portraits after attending the 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations in Normandy last summer, to ensure an artistic record remained of those who fought during the campaign to liberate Europe from Hitler.
Veteran Brian Stewart, who during D-Day was a captain with the 1st Battalion, Tyneside Scottish, was painted by artist Paul Benney who has painted portraits of Mick Jagger and the Queen.
'The Last of the Tide' exhibition, which has been put together by the Royal Drawing School in collaboration with the Royal Collection Trust, is free and runs from June 6-17.