On 9 November 2020, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked Remembrance week with video calls to servicemen and women serving overseas, and with families of military personnel who lost their lives.Embed from Getty Images
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge spoke to armed forces families, Chantelle Wynn, Serena Alexander, Charlton Taylor and Sonia Fleming, who have lost loved ones to hear how they pay tribute to those they have lost, and about the impact that Remembrance week has for them.Embed from Getty Images
The Duchess also heard more about the support that they receive from members of the Armed Forces community, including other bereaved families, and the help that is provided by the Royal British Legion.
For the video call, The Duchess wore Ghost Boo Blouse in Ivory and earrings featuring a gold hoop and pearl drop.
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge spoke with deployed representatives from the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Airforce.
Together they spoke about the important role that Remembrance plays in their lives, allowing them to remember those who have lost their lives, and to reflect upon the physical and mental sacrifices that those in the Armed Forces continue to make for their country.
- THE CAMBRIDGES MET WITH PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY OF UKRAINE.
- THE CAMBRIDGES VISIT INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES IMPACTED BY CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.
- THE CAMBRIDGES VISITED LONDON BRIDGE AND WHITE CHAPEL.
- THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE ARE JOINED BY CLOSE FRIENDS AT CHURCH SERVICE.
- THE CAMBRIDGE FAMILY ATTENDED ASTON VILLA MATCH.
- THE CAMBRIDGES SEND MESSAGE TO AUSTRALIA’S FIRST RESPONDERS.