Prince William40 and Kate Middleton40 years old, stepping out for the first Remembrance Day are from Queen Elizabeth II died last weekend. The Prince and Princess of Wales participate King Charles for annual events, including the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on 12 November and Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph on Whitehall on November 13. Remembrance Sunday is held in the United Kingdom to celebrate honor those who fought in the army.
In appearances, William wore a classic suit and striped tie while Kate wore a black blazer and matching skirt. She let her hair down and adorned her look with a pearl necklace and dangling earrings. The king also wears a classic black suit with a patterned tie. They wore sleek and military-style black jackets during the second part of the event.
Other Memorial Day attendees included King Charles’ sister, Princess Anneas well as his wife, CamillaQueen Consort. The former wears a black blazer and the latter wears a black dress with accents and a V-neckline at the front. They burst into smiles as they captured their bittersweet and memorable moments and looked comfortable to continue the tradition without the late Queen.
Just a day ago William and Kate attended Memorial Day with their family, they were seen enjoy lunch at a pub near Windsor Castle. They were beside Maggie Caxtonwho was celebrating receiving her OBE (Officer of the British Empire) and her company gave Twitter to tweet about the surprise encounter.
“Congratulations to our chair, Maggie Saxton, who received her OBE from Princess Anne at Windsor Castle yesterday,” the North East Learning Trust wrote alongside a picture Maggie’s received the honor. “Maggie was thrilled to be at the ceremony and especially, to find herself sitting next to the Prince and Princess of Wales afterwards in the local pub!”