AN EMOTIONAL Queen Elizabeth II wiped tears watching scenes at the service this morning, as Britain remembered the country’s fallen war heroes.
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///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA////
Kate reflected on what it’s like to be a new parent. “It’s really exciting for both of them,” she told reporters on Tuesday. “These next few weeks, it’s always very daunting first time around so wish them all the best.”
“It’s such a special time – with Louis and Charlotte just having had their birthdays. It’s such a great time of the year to have a baby. Spring’s in the air, so it’s really great,” she said. “As William said, look forward to meeting him and finding out what his name’s going to be.”
Megan and Harry introduced their first child Wednesday at St. George’s Hall in Windsor Castle (where they had their royal wedding reception!), just two days after welcoming the new addition to royal family.
Wearing a white sleeveless dress, Meghan was glowing as she stood behind Harry, who held their newborn son in his arms.