A present by the prime minister to Prince William and Princess Catherine on their wedding day may help encourage more people to go walking
on the island of Anglesey.
David Cameron chose two volumes of pictures by local landscape photographer Glyn Davies, as the royal couple will be living on the island as the prince continues his work as a helicopter pilot stationed at RAF Valley.
Mr Davies told the BBC: "That is a huge accolade for me and also a genuine delight that my coffee table books may be read by Will and Kate when they get a breathing space."
The present and the publicity the island gets may bolster its tourism and could lead to more visitors discovering walking routes such as the Anglesey Coastal Path.
It stretches 125 miles as it circumnavigates the island, including spots such as Red Wharf Bay and the village with Britain's longest place name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.