Theresa May has treated one lucky dog to a bone this Christmas as she attended a church service in her home village.
The Prime Minister headed to St. Andrews Church, in Sonning, Berkshire, for their 10.30am Christmas service.
She was then greeted by Blitz the dog, who she was previously spotted throwing a ball for just last week.
The black and white border collie looked excited to see the Conservative leader, who then gave him a bone wrapped up in festive paper.The reason why Banksy's shredded artwork stunt actually broke the law
Mrs May, who was attending the service with her husband Philip, then opened the present for the dog and lay it on the ground for him to take.
The bone is believed to have been left over from the couple’s dinner at home the night before.
Mrs May is well acquainted with Blitz, who she regularly sees on her Sunday morning visits to church.
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister focused on thanking UK troops as she made her Christmas message.London's cheapest house is the size of a bouncy castle but will still cost you £100,000
Using men and women fighting Isis alongside US and French allies as just one example, she said they ‘continued to demonstrate why [they] are the finest in the world’.
‘Time and again, you have stood up to aggression and those who flout the rules-based international order,’ she said.
She then added: ‘You should be incredibly proud of all that you do, just as the whole country is proud of you.’