Queen Elizabeth Shaded Tears During Remembrance Day Ceremony

Queen Elizabeth II wiped away a tear during an emotional Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph this morning. Her Majesty watched on as Prince Charles lead the country in remembering the fallen at this morning’s Remembrance Sunday ceremony. She  paid her respect to those who have fallen in line of duty in observing the two minutes of silence, held when the Big Ben chimed at 11am. 

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Meghan Markle’s father Thomas HEARTBROKEN after seeing photo of grandson Archie

Meghan Markle’s estranged half-sister Samantha has begged the duchess to let the pair’s father visit baby Archie, saying “being excluded is like a dagger through the heart”.

In an interview with The Mirror, Samantha said Thomas Markle was left saddened when the first pictures of Meghan and Prince Harry’s son were revealed to the world last week.

She said she excitedly called him up after the first family pictures were released but that it was “a sad moment for him”.

“He should have been involved,” she said. “Being excluded is like a dagger through his heart.

“And poor Master Archie is not getting to know a creative, loving person.”

Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland was pictured with the royal couple as they introduced Archie to the Queen and Prince Phillip, and Samantha said she wished Ms Ragland had stepped in to make sure Mr Markle was there.

“She could have said ‘get your dad out here’. But sadly there seemed to be a lack of effort,” she said.