King Charles III Coronation: Here are 15 fascinating pictures of Britain's monarch visiting Scotland over the years
He can also trace his ancestry through generations of Scottish nobility back to the 14th century and Sir John Lyon, Thane of Glamis, who married King Robert II’s daughter.
Meanwhile Glamis Castle was the ancestral home of his grandmother the Queen Mother, as well as being the birthplace of the King’s late aunt, Princess Margaret, who was the first royal baby to be born in Scotland since 1600.
Prior to the death of his mother he held the title of Duke of Rothesay, named after the town on the Isle of Bute, along with other Scottish titles, including those of Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland.
These have now passed onto his son, Prince William, but the new King is still expected to spend plenty of time in Scotland during his reign.
Here are 15 pictures of the King’s trips north of the border over the years.