David Cameron and his wife Samantha have been pictured relaxing at a Spanish cafe as they enjoy a holiday after the Olympics.
The Prime Minister and his wife enjoyed a quiet coffee as they rest up in Majorca after a frantic two weeks that has seen Britain watched by the world.
The official picture, released by the Conservative Party, showed the Prime Minister has done little to update his holiday wardrobe over the last 12 months.
He donned a long-sleeved blue shirt, jeans and formal black shoes, while Mrs Cameron wore a blue knee-length dress and white sandals.
This year he did at least add a pair of socks after being mocked for appearing in Siena, Italy, in 2011 in a pair of loafers and nothing underneath.
The couple enjoyed an espresso each as they chatted at the cafe. Their three children, who are also in Spain, were nowhere to be seen.
The Prime Minister left Britain with his family on Monday after watching the Olympic closing ceremony.
He is due back in the UK next week and will return to work for a few days before taking another short break in Cornwall.
Mr Cameron will be at his post again for the start of the Paralympics on August 29.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is also in Spain, where he is staying with his Spanish wife's family for two weeks.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is spending a fortnight in Greece.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has taken charge of the day-to-day business of government in the absence of the coalition's party leaders.
Mr Cameron, who has faced claims he is not focused enough on his job, said at the weekend that he was a "great believer" in holidays for politicians.
"If you don't think politicians ought to have holidays I think you need to have a serious think," he said.