The royal family around King Charles III. (73) gathered in London's Royal Albert Hall yesterday evening for the traditional Festival of Remembrance. The event commemorates all those who lost their lives for Britain and the Commonwealth in wars and other conflicts. Charles attended the memorial service for the first time as monarch since the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). King consort Camilla (75), Prince William (40), Princess Kate (40), Princess Anne (72) and other members of the royal family were also present at the event, which has been held for almost 100 years.
This Sunday, the royals will gather around King Charles again. The monarch is to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph War Memorial for the Remembrance Day service, dedicated to the late Queen Elizabeth II and her father, King George VI. (1895-1952). The royals will inspect a parade of 10,000 veterans at the cenotaph.