EAGLE-eyed visitors to a recent exhibition of the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry will have noticed a new addition to the exhibition paying tribute to the ancestry of American president Donald Trump.

The new panel was stitched while the tapestry was in display at Westminster in April this year and made its debut as it returned home to take part in the 3 Harbours Arts Festival.

Designed and stitched by Gill Lindsay, who stitched the No10 panel paying tribute to Scottish Prime Minister, the new panel is right up to date with President Trump included alongside other US leaders with Scottish ancestry including Harry Truman, Gerald Ford,Ronald Reagan and Bush Senior and Junior.

Donald Trump's mother was born Mary Anne MacLeod, on the Isle of Lewis. She was the youngest of 10 children and grew up in a Gaelic-speaking household with English her second language.

At the age of 18 she moved to the United States joining her older sister Christina in Long Island, New York State, where she found work as a domestic maid.

She met Fred Trump at a local dance hall and they married in 1936, and had three children.

The new panel joined others celebrating Scots who made an impact and their heritage in the United States, as the tapestry went on show in Prestonpans Community Centre in regional groupings.

The tapestry was on display in Westminster Hall from March 20, until April 29, and was open to the public when the terror attack took place at the building on March 22.

Many politicians and staff were locked down in the hall during the incident which saw six people, including terrorist Khalid Masood, killed and around 50 other people injured.

In May, while the tapestry was on public display in St Giles Cathedral, in Edinburgh, a panel was stolen.

It was later returned to police in an envelope with a letter of apology. The panel remains in police custody for examination.