The first birthday cards from King Charles III and the Queen Consort Camilla have been delivered to those celebrating their 100th and 105th birthdays in the UK.
The Royal family shared a photo of Ruth Park-Pearson, who is one of the first who recieved the card from Their Majesties last week. She is a World War Two veteran who turned 100 last week.
"The very first birthday cards from The King and The Queen Consort have been delivered to hundreds of people celebrating their 100th and 105th birthdays across the United Kingdom," the royal family shared a photo of Ruth holding her birthday card.
"Several veterans of the Second World War are recipients of the first birthday cards from Their Majesties, including Ruth Park-Pearson, who was born in Glasgow in 1922 and served in the Women's Royal Naval Service (the WRENS)".
"Today, thousands of birthday and wedding anniversary cards are sent from Buckingham Palace every year to those celebrating their 100th and 105th birthday and every year thereafter, and to those celebrating their 60th, 65th and 70th wedding anniversaries and every year thereafter."
Approximately 1.3 million cards were sent out for birthdays and anniversaries during Queen Elizabeth II's reign from 1952-2022.
The photograph of Their Majesties that are on the birthday cards were taken in the summer of 2018.