The Duke of York will take a stroll down memory lane when he revisits his old school during a trip to Moray today.
Pupils at Gordonstoun will show Prince Andrew around its sprawling grounds on the outskirts of Lossiemouth.
The public school has educated generations of royals, including his older brother Charles.
The Duke of York first attended there in 1973, when he was just 13.
Gordonstoun principal, Lisa Kerr, said that the school’s youngsters had lined up a host of activities to keep their special guest amused.
She said: “It’s always a pleasure welcoming back our alumni, so we are delighted that The Duke of York will return to Gordonstoun.
“He will be meeting students and staff and will have lunch with students in the school’s refectory.
“He will also meet young Gordonstoun entrepreneurs in Years 11 and 12 to discuss their business projects.”
His visit will culminate with a drama presentation in Ogstoun Theatre, featuring excerpts from Macbeth and the opening scene of the Junior School’s production of the musical The Lion King.
The Earl of Wessex and his nephew and niece, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, also attended Gordonstoun.
The Duke’s flying visit will include a trip to RAF Lossiemouth, and the Morayvia aviation centre – which has an ever-expanding collection of vintage aircraft at its Kinloss premises.
He will also take time to meet personnel at RAF Lossiemouth in his role as Honorary Air Commodore.