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Prince William, Kate Middleton, And The Royal Family Honor Fallen Soldiers On Remembrance Sunday.

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Just like we in the United States honor our armed service veterans this weekend on Veterans Day, the United Kingdom has Remembrance Sunday, which is held on anniversary of the end of hostilities in the First World War and celebrates the men and women who have fought for their country!

And in honor the occasion this year, Prince William and Duchess Kate were both present, along with Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie Countess of Wessex at the military-style ceremony held at Whitehall today in London!

Ch-ch-check out photos of the royals as they laid down wreaths to honor the deceased (above and below).

May we never forget the sacrifices these brave men and women have made for their respective countries when called to duty, all to ensure our safety and prosperity.

[Images via WENN.]

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18 comments to “Prince William, Kate Middleton, And The Royal Family Honor Fallen Soldiers On Remembrance Sunday.”

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    Fucking spammers inserting line returns to exclude reasonable comments. Perez does not point out that in the second world war, the Royals had a plan in order to abandon the English people to Adolph and go to live in Canada.

  5. W says – reply to this


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    Would be nice if you could actually view the damn pictures. Your new stupid ad system pops up over t hem and there is no way to x out of them. Really crappy way to advertise. Especially on somthing as serious as this subject.

  6. taylor42 says – reply to this


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    It's called remembrance day and is held no matter if it's sunday or not. 11/11/1918 at 11am when the guns fell silent. Do some research before you report on such an important day.



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    cor kate looks soleum shes the new lady di all class and kindness …



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    Re: Lady Who? – and ur the most respectful person on earth ….pfftttt

  9. tadge says – reply to this


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    Re: Lady Who? – It's actually remembrance Sunday as the actual day is the 11th of November which was the date that WW1 officially ended . Tit.

  10. tadge says – reply to this


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    Re: sirmartinfrobisher – Not true, the govt wanted them to leave, the queen mother said no, she knew if they left uk would become a republic. They actually stayed in London and the palace was partially bombed in the Blitz.

  11. Dan says – reply to this


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    More information on Kate's Buckley Poppy Brooch here -

  12. kritafo says – reply to this


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    HOLY idiots batman. Go read a history book … Its Remembrance Day/Poppy Day/ Armistice Day) Day around the world… England if you remember the British, once ruled the world, Its always 11/11 no matter what day it falls on. It's held by most commonwealth countries. Nov 11 was the day the WW1 was declared over in 1918…

  13. J says – reply to this


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    November 11th - "Lest we forget"
    Remembrance Day

  14. facts straight says – reply to this


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    It's Remembrance DAY not Remembrance Sunday! It's celebrated on Nov 11th every year regardless of whether it's SUNDAY or not. It's not only celebrated in the UK but in the commonwealth countries including Canada!

  15. really says – reply to this


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    you have remembrance day which is held on the 11th of the 11th then you have remembrance sunday which is held on the closest sunday to remembrance day and as this year the 11th of the 11th was a Sunday they both happened on the same day

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    Re: Lady Who? – Jeebus and overkill, 77 had a wee point.

  17. loulou says – reply to this


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    Actually, it is Remembrance Sunday, always celebrated on the Sunday closest to 11/11. Probably on a Sunday as they need to close one of London's busiest roads, as the Cenotaph is right in the middle of the street!

  18. MarieClare says – reply to this


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    The United Kingdom do not celebrate "Remembrance Sunday"- The UK, Australia, New Zealand, and other Commonwealth countries have "Remembrance Day" - which on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, we take a minutes silence to remember those who fought/fight for our countries, and remember the fallen. We signify the day by wearing a red poppy.