THE Queen and her royal relatives appeared resplendent as they attended the remarkably-coveted Royal British Legion Pageant of Remembrance in London on Saturday night.
Youthful royal favourites Prince William and Catherine and Prince Harry and Meghan joined the festivities at the Royal Albert Corridor to commemorate the Armistice centenary.
Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duke of York, the Duke and Duchess of Wessex, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent also attended.
The yearly pageant, organised by the armed forces charity the Royal British Legion, delivers an prospect for Britain to say thank you to these who have served for their region.
It is the very first time Prince Harry and Meghan have been observed jointly due to the fact ending their Commonwealth tour, where by the previous American actor declared her remarkably-expected being pregnant in Australia.
It is also the 3rd Armistice commemoration that Prince Harry — who served in the British Military for 10 decades — has attended this 7 days.
Meghan’s expanding bump was seen below her extended, black Stellar McCartney coat that was tied at the squander with a black ribbon.
She paired this with a straightforward black clutch and black heels.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a straightforward black, extended-sleeved gown by Roland Mouret which she paired with black heels and clutch.
Equally Prince Harry and his brother Prince William — who served in the navy — wore blue fits that ended up adorned with navy medals and appeared to be donning matching navy and pink striped ties.
The Queen appeared resplendent in a glowing black gown, a dim gray scarf and black gloves which she wore with a pearl necklace and a pearl and diamond broach.
5 substantial pink poppies ended up connected to her gown though her signature black purse was also in tow.
British Key Minister Theresa May possibly was also among the the viewers who viewed Sir Tom Jones and Sheridan Smith conduct.
British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who gained BBC Youthful Musician of the Calendar year in 2016, and the Kingdom Choir, which carried out at Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding ceremony in May possibly ended up among the other performances.
The Queen with the royal relatives will show up at additional Armistice commemorations tomorrow at London’s Cenotaph and Westminster Abbey.