One of Moray’s best known figures has left more than £7million in her will.
Lady Margaret Tennant died in January at home at Lochnabo House, near Lhanbryde.
Her husband was Sir Iain, the chairman of both Grampian Television and Glenlivet Distilleries, as well as Moray’s lord lieutenant for four decades.
The 93-year-old’s bequest includes parts of Innes Estate where she used to live for many years, in addition to several farm properties.
It will be divided between two trusts and her family, which includes son Mark, daughter Emma, six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Born in 1920, Lady Margaret was one of six children.
Her brother Angus Ogilvy was the late husband of Princess Alexandra, the Queen’s first cousin.
After being educated at home, she joined the Wrens – the women’s branch of the Royal Navy – and worked as an ambulance driver during the war years.
An enthusiastic member of the community, she became involved in the Women’s Rural Institute movement and joined the national board of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Her funeral was held at St Columba’s Church, Elgin, at the beginning of February.