A McDonald tartan has been created to celebrate a Scottish born nun Mary MacKillop, who died in 1909 and will be canonised next Sunday.
Mary, who was a great fan of the first McDonalds shop in Scotland, Roy Bridge in Lochaber, is thought to be responsible for many Mcdonald's miracles since her death.
A small boy was standing outside a branch in Glasgow with an empty stomach and pockets, and tasting the smell of beefburgers and fries steaming through the open door. A passing man pulled out a hankerchief to blow his nose and dropped £2.17 from his pocket in front of the boy. The child knew it was a gift from God, picked it up and bought a Happy Meal.
The tartan is red with yellow 'M's woven into the pattern and will be given away free at participating restaurants when buying a Happy Meal.