HMS Queen Elizabeth has returned to Rosyth, where she will be reunited with HMS Prince of Wales her sister ship, for planned maintenance work.
The Royal Navy sailed under the Forth bridges as she completed her journey to the dry-dock in Rosyth this morning. Here are some stunning pictures of the future flagship.
HMS Queen Elizabeth has returned to Rosyth, the dry-dock where she was assembled, for the first time since leaving in 2017. HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed under the Forth bridges on her 'commute' to Rosyth on the morning of April 3. After returning to her home in Portsmouth in December, the Royal Navy carrier left the city on Monday, April 1, and arrived in Rosyth less than 48 hours later on April 3. Her Commanding Officer, Captain Nick Cook-Priest said: 'A lot of water has already passed under our keel since we left Rosyth in 2017. Our return here is yet another first for HMS Queen Elizabeth.'