The Queen lead the UK in a two-minute silence for Remembrance Sunday this morning, as huge crowds gathered in central London to pay their respects to the war dead. Looking out on the parade from a balcony, and flanked by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, the monarch appeared to wipe away a tear during the poignant ceremony. The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle was watching from a separate balcony with Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne’s husband, Tim Laurence. Crowds arrived at the Cenotaph early this morning to pay their respects to fallen soldiers, with thousands lining the streets. The Ministry of Defence said over 800 members of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force were in attendance today. Prince Charles lay a wreath of poppies on behalf of the Queen, followed by his two sons, William and Harry. Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn took a break from campaigning to attend the Whitehall memorial and followed the Royal Family in laying wreaths. The Queen was seen wiping her eyes as she joined other members of the royal family to attend the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at The Cenotaph Prince Charles lay a wreath this morning… Read full this story
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