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The Royal Family Attends The Remembrance Sunday Service At The Cenotaph

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice 1918. We honor all those who lost their lives during World War I. While most of the dignitaries attended the big celebration in France, the Royal Family observed their annual Sunday Service at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, central London. The Prince of Wales layed a wreath on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, as well as the other military members of the family (such as William and Harry). Meghan watched the service from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with Elke Budenbender, the wife of Germany’s president Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

Later today, The Royal Family will again pay their respect to all those who died by attending a service at Westminster Abbey.


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The Royal Family Attends The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Earlier tonight, The Royal Family attended the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. This annual event honors all those who lost their life during World War I. This event was special though as this year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. Sir Tom Jones, Sheridan Smith, Sir Bryn Terfel, Tom Fletcher and Danny Jones, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and the Kingdom Choir performed alongside the Central Band of the Royal Air Force and the Band of HM Royal Marines.

Tomorrow, The Duke & Duchess of Sussex will join the family for Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph and will attend an Armistice anniversary service at Westminster Abbey.


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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex release a message following their Royal Tour

Harry and Meghan have released a joint message on Kensington Palace’s instagram, thanking everyone involved in the tour. A little bonus, we get to see a beautiful photo of Meghan holding her baby bump in Redwood Treewalks, where the couple carried out their final engagement of the tour.

Kensington Royal A message from The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

“Thank you New Zealand for the most wonderful last week of our tour. It has been a privilege to meet so many friendly Kiwis.
Australia, Fiji, Tonga and NZ – we leave feeling inspired and reminded of how every single one of us can make a difference.” ‘The rain that refreshes the parched ground, is made up of single drops’ – Kate Sheppard

📷 The photograph was taken by HRH The Duke of Sussex, click on it to see it full-size.

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit New Zealand – Day 4: Rotorua

The Royal Tour of Oceania has finally come to a close, as Harry and Meghan carried out their final engagements in Rotorua, New Zealand. They arrived in the morning at Rotorua Regional Airport to visit Te Papaiouru Marae for a traditional Maori welcome ceremony. They watched the formal Maori challenge and were given Korowai cloaks (Meghan’s one is made to protect during a pregnancy). Then they visited the kitchens before enjoying lunch with the group. VIDEO


Following their lunch, Harry & Meghan visited Rainbow Springs to learn more about their Kiwi Breeding Programme aiming to preserve the species. They named two kiwi chicks: Harry decided on ‘Tihei’ (Sneeze) and Meghan on ‘Koha’ (Gift). VIDEO


The couple then greeted the members of the public at Rotorua Government Gardens. A little girl got to go through the barriers to meet Meghan, who engaged in a little dance and then a hug. VIDEO


For their final engagement of the tour, Harry and Meghan visited Redwoods Treewalk, a space with more than 23 suspension bridges closing the gaps between 22 trees. Before visiting the forest, the Duke and Duchess went on a walk through the trees to explore. VIDEO


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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit New Zealand – Day 3: Auckland

Following Wellington, Harry and Meghan spent the day in Auckland. They began their day at the North Shore Riding Club to dedicate a 20-hectare area of native bush to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. The area has been named the Carol Whaley Native Bush. Meghan planted a Kōwhai tree, whose flower as part of her veil on her wedding day. The couple took part in a welly wanging contest, which consists in tossing rubber rain boots the farthest. VIDEO


Following an outift change, Meghan and Harry visited with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Pillars, a charity who supports children with a parent in prison by providing help and special mentoring schemes. The Duke & Duchess presented some awards during a special ceremony. VIDEO


Later in the afternoon, the couple greeted the public who waited hours in the rain at the Viaduct Harbour. Among the people they met, Meghan reunited with a girl she used to talk on Instagram. Other well-wishers decided to sing the ‘Suits’ theme song. VIDEOVIDEO


Finally, PM Jacinda Ardern hosted a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, where they watched a performance by Auckland’s Pasifika community. The reception was aimed at young leaders, which fit perfectly with Harry’s role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. The Duke of Sussex made a speech where he praises the voices of the Commonwealth. VIDEOVIDEO


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