Queen Elizabeth II visited Dumfries House back in 2014.

It was the first, and only time, Her Majesty had visited the house which was purchased by King Charles' Prince's Foundation back in 2007.

Thousands flocked to catch a glimpse, as she officially opened The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden.

After the sad news of The Queen's death yesterday, footage from The Royal Family's YouTube channel re-emerged online, showing the time when she last stepped foot in the Cumnock area.

The Footage shows the crowds there to see the head of state arrive in Cumnock with the Duke of Edinburgh, as well as The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay.

Then Head of Education at Dumfries House, Stephen Kay, said: "Today (July 2, 2014) has been a very special day, it's been the first time Her Majesty has attended Dumfries House and seen all the wonderful work that's going on here, and had the opportunity to open the gardens.

"It's also the first time that we've had so many of The Royal Family in one location, and it's been wonderful to have them here."

Watch the full footage below.