First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was in Dundee today where she unveiled her 47 SNP MPs.
The newly elected group assembled outside the V&A for their first official group photograph.
Ms Sturgeon greeted and joked with her new cohort, and even reenacted her celebration caught on camera after Amy Callaghan ousted Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson from her East Dumbartonshire seat.
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath MP Neale Hanvey, who appeared on the ballot paper at Thursday’s election under the SNP was not present at the Dundee launch.
He was suspended by the party following the revelation he posted anti-Semitic material on social media.
The MPs will travel to London on Monday ahead of the start of Westminster proceedings later in the week.
For full coverage of the first minister’s visit, see The Courier on Monday.