Kate Middleton and Prince William join Queen Elizabeth II at Event Honoring Fallen Soldiers. The Royal Festival of Remembrance is holding every November, the members of the royal family traditionally attends at this event dedicated to the national day.
Kate Middleton and Prince William joined the Queen Elizabeth II at the Albert Hall, where they gathered in honour of those who lost their lives in combat. Saturday evening made all the Each Royal dressed in black, and red poppy pinned significant to the national holiday. Prince William and his grandmother wore this red sign.
Kate Middleton wore black pea coat, the Duchess completed the look with a black velvet clutch and simple yet stylish pumps.
Kate Middleton and Prince William were attending at the Albert Hall, while Prince Harry was enjoying the England vs. South Africa rugby match in London. It worth to note that to mark Armistice Day on Friday, Prince Harry laid a wreath at the National Memorial Arboretum. Harry attended a remembrance ceremonial service at the Armed Forces Memorial alongside veterans and representatives of the Army, Royal Navy and RAF.
Prince Harry did his part by visiting visited the Fields of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London on November 10. He accompanied his grandfather and reigning Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.