- Remembrance Sunday in the UK commemorates those who have died in world wars and other conflicts.
- Following tradition, the royal family gathered at the Cenotaph to mark the solemn event.
- It was the first service to take place since the Queen's death, and the royals looked somber.
On Sunday, senior members of the royal family – including Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Prince William, and King Charles – took part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph in London, UK.
It's the first time the family put on such a show of unity since the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022. She was 96 years old.
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The solemn ceremony, which pays tribute to people killed in conflict, marked the first time Charles has laid a wreath in a tradition followed by monarchs since King George V in 1920.
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Camilla, Queen Consort, and Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, stood side-by-side together, observing the service from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office building.
Kate may have also been paying a subtle tribute to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, by wearing her diamond-encrusted pearl drop earrings.
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William, who will one day be the next monarch to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph, looked somber as he paid tribute to those who provided the UK and the commonwealth military service.
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