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Kate Middleton, Prince Charles attend the Royal Festival of Remembrance

14 November 2017

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Kate Middleton and other members of the royal family attended the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening in London. For instance, Prince Harry laid a small wooden cross at the Field of Remembrance outside Westminster Abbey on Thursday.

Pregnant Kate Middleton took her respectful spot alongside the The Queen for Remembrance Day at White Hall's The Cenotaph. The wife of Prince William donned a simple black coat and poppy in honour of Britain's war heroes.

The pregnant royal, who is expecting her third baby with Prince William, accessorised with a pair of £140 Oscar de la Renta gold-plated sun earrings, which she has previously worn during a tour of Germany over the summer.

For Prince Charles, the Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall gave a rare opportunity for a preparation for the significant symbolic moment in his progress towards becoming king.

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The ceremony was led by Prince Charles, who laid a poppy wreath on behalf of the Queen, as she chose to stand by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh who retired earlier this year.

It will also commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein and the creation of the RAF Regiment. From the two World Wars to the present day, the Festival honours all victims of war and those that made the ultimate sacrifice.

This is one of the first times the Queen made a decision to break tradition and watch the ceremony from the balcony.

Kate Middleton, Prince Charles attend the Royal Festival of Remembrance