The Queen has released an emotional message directed at volunteers across the UK who have worked hard to "keep calm and carry on" during the coronavirus pandemic.
The global crisis saw the UK go into lockdown in March, with millions of Brits encouraged to stay home and self-isolate.
But across the nation, thousands of volunteer and charity workers have found ways to keep doing good and supporting the most vulnerable members of their communities.
Now, following National Volunteers Week, the Queen has thanked these people for all their hard work in the face of COVID-19.
"As Volunteers' Week draws to a close, it is inspiring to reflect on the many thousands of people, who through their acts of generosity and kindness, have achieved so much for the greater good," the monarch wrote in a powerful statement.
"I have been following with interest how men and women from around the world, including my own family, have been helping and recognising the vital role of the volunteer.
"I send my best wishes to all those who give themselves so freely and selflessly in the service of others." She signed off with "Elizabeth R" and shared the message to Instagram, followed by a series of photos of members of the royal family supporting volunteer work.
One showed the Queen herself meeting with volunteers, another saw Prince William and his eldest children — Prince George and Princess Charlotte — volunteering themselves.
Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, were also featured in the slideshow doing volunteer work, while the final photo showed Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, participating in the "clap for carers".
Though members of the monarchy have scaled back their royal duties during the coronavirus pandemic, they've found new ways to engage with charity and volunteer groups too.
From Zoom calls to carrying out duties while social distancing, royal family members have worked hard to attend to their royal responsibilities even while self-isolating.
Even the Queen, who has been isolating at her Windsor Castle home since March, has found new ways to carry out her duties.
Since going into lockdown, she has delivered two rare national addresses, supporting the British people and fulfilling her responsibilities as monarch in whatever way she can.
Now she has supported volunteers across the UK with her emotional message, praising them for essentially "keeping calm and carrying on" despite the pandemic.