On Sunday, Prince William and Kate stepped out for the annual Remembrance service at the Cenotaph in London. The service honors all of the service people who have bravely fought during wars and conflicts.
Kate joined by the Queen Consort, on the balcony, were on hands to support King Charles III as he led the nation at the annual Remembrance Day service for the first time as monarch.
For the occasion the Princess of Wales wrapped up warm in a black coat, which was adorned with three poppies, and a matching hat.
Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward, Princess Anne’s husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra are also attending.
The King will lay a new wreath, the design of which pays tribute to the wreath of His Majesty’s grandfather, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II.
The wreath’s poppies are mounted on an arrangement of black leaves, as is traditional, and its ribbon bears the King’s racing colors of scarlet, purple and gold.
Prince William will lay the wreath previously laid by the former Prince of Wales, for more than 64 years before his accession to the throne, featuring The Prince of Wales feathers.
A wreath was also laid on Queen Consort Camilla’s behalf for the first time following Her Majesty’s death nine weeks ago.
A two-minute silence is took place across the UK at 11 am with wreaths laid by members of the royal family, senior politicians and faith representatives at the Cenotaph in London. 11 am is the same moment the armistice was signed between the Allies and Germany in 1918, a move which brought World War I to an end.