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British Royal Family commemorates memorial Sunday



The Queen, with the rest of the British Royal Family, was one with the country during Memorial Sunday, held at Cenotaph on Whitehall, reports The Daily Mail. Queen Elizabeth II was the first to lay the wreath to commemorate the death of the members of the Armed Forces who passed away as heroes, fighting for the noble cause since World War I. The day went well and the autumn sunshine brought cheer to the rather solemn moment of the event.


From left to right, Commander Timothy Laurence, the Countess of Wessex
and the Duchess of Cambridge

Sophie, Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Cambridge

from left to right Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Philip


The Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of York, the Earl and COuntess of Wessex, Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence and Prince Michael of Kent, all laid their wreath on the Cenotaph.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in Auckland.


In New Zealand, where the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are on tour, a similar ceremony was held in Auckland.

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent as he lays wreath during
Memorial Sunday in the Falkland Islands. 

Meanwhile, Merco Press reports that the Queen's cousin, the Duke of Kent, also attended the Remembrance Day celebrations in Falkland Islands, offering a wreath in Stanley, the island's capital.


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