The royal family is observing Remembrance Day, the ceremonial tribute to fallen service members on Sunday (November 8) in London, United Kingdom.
Due to the pandemic, members of the public and military families could not be in attendance. The royals still moved forward with the ceremony, along with senior politicians, to show their respect.
Princess Kate and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall stood together on a balcony just next tot the Queen.
If you didn’t know, the cluster of three red poppies worn by royals including Kate is symbol of remembrance for World War veterans.
There was also a gun salute, and the Royal Marine buglers played “Last Post.” Prince Charles laid down the first wreath, on behalf of the Queen, followed by one of his own. Notably, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not in attendance, nor was Prince Andrew.