The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended the National Service of Hope following the Terror Attacks in Westminster on April 5th at Westminster Abbey in London. The Duke gave a readings and all three royals met members of the congregation.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended the National Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey following the Terror Attacks in Westminster last month. During the Service, the Duke gave a reading from Luke 10: 29–37, the Parable of the Good Samaritan. Following the service, the Duke, Duchess and Prince Harry met members of the congregation, which included families of those killed in the attack, together with other victims, witnesses and first responders from the police, fire, ambulance and NHS hospital services.
The Duke of Cambridge wore dark suit with a black tie. The Duchess repeated a Missoni coat with a black hat and the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Diamond and Pearl Earrings. Prince Harry wore dark suit with a black tie.