The Royal Family became a plenary celebration for a solemn annual event on Sunday.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton joined other family members to honor those who lost their lives against the war on Sunday at the Memorial Day ceremony at the London Cenotaph War Museum.
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They had red poppies, a memorial to the memory of the First World War and veterans.
Last year, Queen Elizabeth did not decide to place a wreath at a ceremony, but to give assignment to her son and heir, Prince Charles. The 92-year-old ruler followed this new tradition again while watching the ways Charles offered respect for his mother and himself.
Queen's retired husband Prince Philip – who retired from public life in August last year after 64 years of royal service – did not attend. Equerry gave a tribute to the 97-year-old king, while William and Harry, who were both united, gave their own acknowledgment.
In addition to Royal Fab Four, Camilla, Duke of Cornwall, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Princess Anne, Queen's cousins Prince Edward and Prince Michael of Kent attended.
Religious leaders from more than 20 religions and religions participated in the service, and British Prime Minister Theresa May and former prime ministers led the way. Charles then started the procession of knights – including William and Harry – with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
The Queen stood on Kate's and Cam's balcony, and Meghan followed the German President's wife Elke Budenbender's second window from the balcony.
Kate, who recently learned from his grandfather of the three brothers who died in the First World War, seemed to be moving when he sang the national lust.
Evening Renovation Sunday, Meghan, Harry, Kate and William will join Queen and the other Royals to recruit to arm the Centenary of Westminster Abbey.
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Royal Fab Four for the first time since July began on Saturday night at the Royal Albert Hall Memorial Festival. The appearance came in the middle of news that Prince William and Prince Harry are considering a common "court" at Kensington Palace and creating two separate offices.
When William is one day, the prince of Walten – and everything that makes his father Prince Charles inherit – Harry and Meghan want to create their own path, so there is a natural time to share, insiders believe. (The Palace has no comments.)
"Meghan's arrival has changed the relationship dynamically in a rather significant way," Royals writer Sally Bedell Smith tells the man. "It's inevitable and practical because it gives Harry and Meghan some freedom to build their own interests and charitable organizations."