Last night, after the memorial parade dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the end of world war II, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry went to the service in Westminster Abbey.
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A third wreath was laid on behalf of Prince Philip, but that one was presented by an equerry, as the Duke of Edinburgh was not in attendance at this morning's ceremony. A two-minute silence was held at 11am and wreaths laid at the Cenotaph to commemorate the servicemen and women killed in all conflicts from the First World War onwards.
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The Duchess of Cambridge wore a black coat with a white color and red details for the somber occasion. It is the first time that the Duchess of Sussex, 37, has attended the official Armistice Day service at the Cenotaph and she was placed on a separate balcony to Kate, 36, who stood side-by-side with the Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The Queen came in second place, with Prince William sliding into the third spot. The vile comments were left on a video shared by Kensington Palace of Meghan and Prince Harry in New Zealand during their tour.