Prince William & Kate Middleton Join King Charles For Remembrance Day – Itsnews

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Prince William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 40, stepped out for the primary Remembrance Day since Queen Elizabeth II died over the weekend. The Prince and Princess of Wales joined King Charles for the annual occasion, which included the Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 12 and the Remembrance Sunday ceremony on the Cenotaph on Whitehall on Nov. 13. The Remembrance Sunday ceremony is held within the United Kingdom to honor those that fought within the army.

Prince William, King Charles
Prince William and King Charles on the Remembrance Day occasion. ( Isabel Infantes/AP/Shutterstock)

During the appearances, William wore a basic go well with and striped tie whereas Kate wore a black blazer and matching skirt. She had her hair down and accessorized her look with a pearl necklace and dangling earrings. The King additionally wore a basic black go well with with a patterned tie. They wore glossy and military-style black coats as effectively for the second a part of the occasion.

Camilla, Kate Middleton
Camilla and Kate Middleton at Remembrance Day. (Tim Rooke/Shutterstock)

Other attendees of Remembrance Day included King Charles’ sister, Princess Anne, in addition to his spouse, Camilla, Queen Consort. The former wore a black blazer gown and the latter wore a black gown with accents and a V-neckline in entrance. They flashed smiles each now and again as they took within the memorable and bittersweet moments and appeared comfy to proceed the custom with out the late Queen.

Just at some point earlier than William and Kate attended Remembrance Day with their household, they have been seen having fun with a lunch at a pub close to Windsor Castle. They have been subsequent to Maggie Caxton, who was celebrating receiving her OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) and her firm took to Twitter to tweet in regards to the shock encounter.

“Congratulations to our chair, Maggie Saxton, who acquired her OBE from Princess Anne at Windsor Castle yesterday,” the North East Learning Trust wrote alongside a photo of Maggie receiving the consideration. “Maggie was thrilled to attend the ceremony and specifically, to seek out herself sitting beside the Prince and Princess of Wales within the native pub afterwards!”

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