Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has donated £100 to charity after winning a bet with Labour counterpart Kezia Dugdale to ask the Prince of Wales what he bought the Queen for her birthday.
The party leaders met Charles, the Duke of Rothesay, after the Kirking of the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on Wednesday evening.
Ms Dugdale dared the North East Fife MSP to ask him what he gave the Queen as a 90th birthday gift, with the prince looking taken aback by the question when he was introduced to the Lib Dem leader by outgoing presiding officer Tricia Marwick.
Although Charles did not reveal what his gift was, he reportedly said it was “something she wanted”, before being ushered away.
The Lib Dems confirmed Mr Rennie’s £100 winnings have already been donated to Edinburgh’s Gorgie City Farm.