Though on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean right now, sisters-in-law Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle both opted for a similar aesthetic to commemorate Remembrance Sunday over the weekend.
In London, the Duchess of Cambridge joined mother-in-law Camila, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Queen for the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph in London. Camila and Kate stood on the same balcony( six hoofs apart) forgetting the gravestone which awards those who lost their lives in World War I and World War II. To observe the instance, Kate wore a custom black Alexander McQueen coat with tassel detailed information on this shoulders and adorned with three red poppies, paired with a Philip Treacy hat and diamond and bead earrings reportedly acquired from the Queen.
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In Los Angeles, Meghan and Harry paid a visit to the Los Angeles National Cemetery where they laid grows picked from their plot at the resting place of two Commonwealth soldiers- one who had served in the Royal Australian Air Force and another in the Royal Canadian Artillery. They also laid a crown in front of an obelisk with the inscription:” In Memory of the Men Who Offered Their Lives in Defense of Their Country .” Harry wrote a personal message on the crown which said,” To all of those who have helped, and are serving. Thank you .” Meghan chose a pitch-black region midi coat-dress from Brandon Maxwell for the outing, teamed with a single red poppy and heels by Jennifer Chamandi.
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Prince Harry and Meghan have differentiated #remembrancesunday by see the Los Angeles National Cemetery today. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted to “personally recognise” the day in their own way. Harry and Meghan laid buds picked from their plot at the tombs of two Commonwealth soldiers- one from the Riyal Australian Airforce and one from the Royals Canadian Artillery. And Harry laid a wreath. He wrote “To all of those who have helped, are are serving. Thank you.”*( @leemorganphoto via Duke and Duchess of Sussex )
According a spokesperson, the pair wanted to be able to recognize Remembrance Day” in their own way .” It is a day that is particularly meaningful to Prince Harry who served in the armed forces for 10 times, including two expeditions of Afghanistan. The pair’s visit coincided with the freeing of a brand-new bout of military podcast Declassified which peculiarity Prince Harry. Speaking of Remembrance Day, the Duke of Sussex said,” Remembrance Day for me is a moment for respect and for hope. Respect for those who came before us and hope for a safer world. The number of retaining, of remembrance, is a profound act of honour. It’s how we prolong the bequests of entire generations and establish our gratitude for the sacrifices they reached in order for us to be able to live the living standards we live today .”
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