So, who is England's new captain It's Tom Wood in this picture (although he'll miss the first two Six Nations matches!)
Tom Wood has been endorsed as England's captain after appearing alongside the other RBS 6 Nations skippers at the photoshoot launch.
Although he is expected to miss the opening two matches against Scotland and Italy next month, Wood has been earmarked as the long-term leader by stand-in coach Stuart Lancaster.
Ready to rumble: Thierry Dusautoir, Sam Warburton, Tom Wood, Paul O'Connell, Sergio Parisse and Ross Ford
The Northampton flanker is currently with a foot injury but appeared as England's main man as the captains gathered at the Hurlingham Club in west London.
Wood was joined by Thierry Dusautoir of France, Sam Warburton of Wales, Paul OConnell of Ireland, Sergio Parisse of Italy and Scotland's Ross Ford to pose with trophy.
Harlequins captain Chris Robshaw is poised to lead England into their opener against Scotland with Wood out of that game and the trip to Italy a week later.
High hopes: Stuart Lancaster (left) is hoping to have Wood in his team for the Six Nations run-in
Robshaw is understood to be the preferred captaincy choice for Scotland on February 4, subject to any major change of heart among the coaching staff during next week's training camp in Leeds.
Robshaw has been in outstanding form for his club, who top the Aviva Premiership.