An adorable new arrival was given a royal welcome after he arrived on the day Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married.
The tufted deer was born on Saturday, May 19, the day of the Royal Wedding, at Twycross Zoo and is the second offspring of mother, Fatima, and father, Mitch.
Bosses at the conservation charity said the male fawn, named Duke as a nod to its birth on the royal occasion, has captured the hearts of visitors and keepers alike, as well as stealing the show on the day of the nuptials.
Twycross Zoo is the only UK zoo breeding tufted deer, and one of only two collections keeping this species.
The zoo has more than 500 different animals and has just opened its new £3.5 million Chimpanzee Eden for visitors to be able to see the apes in a whole new way, while the chimps get to run around in an environment close to their natural habitat.