British RoyalsThe Wessexes

The Countess of Wessex remembers police officers killed in World War One

The Countess of Wessex has paid tribute to the hundreds of members of the Metropolitan Police who were killed in the First World War at a special commemoration in London. Sophie joined officers of all ranks at the memorial service held at St. Martin in the Fields at Trafalgar Square. During the service, marking the centenary of the end of the conflict, the Countess read ‘In Flanders Field’…
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British RoyalsPrince Charles and CamillaPrincess Anne and FamilyThe CambridgesThe Duke of EdinburghThe GloucestersThe KentsThe QueenThe SussexesThe WessexesThe Yorks

Remembrance Week 2018: the Royal Family's tributes

As Remembrance Week gets underway, the Royal Family will lead tributes around the United Kingdom to those who have given their lives for their country in armed conflict. Remembrance Day takes place on the second Sunday in November, and this year it falls on November 11th…
OpinionThe Sussexes

An open letter: Prince Harry changed the way I see veterans

Dear HRH Prince Harry; I still remember our Remembrance Day ceremonies at the elementary school I went to. They would file class by class into the gymnasium until the 900 strong student population was present. The older kids sat on the bleachers in the back, while the younger kids were seated on the floor. Local veterans were always invited and sat near the front. Unfortunately, they went fairly…
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State & Ceremonial

Royal Family set to attend remembrance events

Over the following week members of the Royal Family will take part in multiple events to mark Remembrance in England and across the world in Australia. To start off, The Duke of Edinburgh and his grandson, Prince Harry will visit the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey…