Royal Family at Remembrance Sunday 2023

The Royal Family attended the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph on Whitehall in London on Remembrance Sunday, November 12th, honouring those who have lost their lives in conflict. The Royal Family attended the Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall last night.

At the beginning of the solemn ceremony, the Royal Family watched Armed Forces personnel form a square around the memorial, which was followed by a 2-minute silence, after which members of the Royal Family; the King, the Prince of WalesPrincess Royal, and the Duke of Edinburgh, laid wreaths on the Cenotaph memorial. Following the ceremony, the National Anthem played as the Royal Family departed the Ceremony.

 Queen Camilla was joined by the Princess of WalesSir Timothy Laurence,  the Duchess of Edinburgh, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester as they observed the ceremony from the Balcony of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and had wreaths laid on their behalf by equerries.

King Charles III

The Prince of Wales 

Queen Camilla and the Princess of Wales

The Princess Royal

The Duke of Edinburgh

The Duchess of Edinburgh and Sir Timothy Laurence

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester

The British Royal Family joined the King and Queen to attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on the evening of November 11th, on the eve of the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Royal and Sir Tim Laurence, Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Duke of Kent joined the King and Queen for the  Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

The Royal British Legion hosts the annual Festival of Remembrance on 11 November to commemorate all those who have lost their lives in conflicts.

This year, we pay tribute to the two million National Servicemen who served in the post-war years up until 1963. Hundreds lost their lives, particularly during the Korean War, and we mark 70 years since the end of the fighting. We also acknowledge the unique contribution of the Windrush Generation, 75 years after the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush, which is symbolic for the settlers from the Caribbean who helped rebuild Britain. We honour too those who served in the Battle of the Atlantic 80 years ago, the longest campaign of the Second World War.

Ahead of the Festival of Remembrance, King Charles III and Queen Camilla unveiled the statues of Queen Elizabeth II (wearing the Vladimir Tiara and the Cambridge Emerald Parure) and the Duke of Edinburgh on their arrival at the Royal Albert Hall.


King Charles III and Queen Camilla 

The Prince and Princess of Wales (wearing the Queen’s Bahrain Pearl Earrings and a Three-Strand Pearl Necklace)

The Princess Royal (in the Queen’s Three-Strand Pearl Necklace) and Sir Timothy Laurence

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester

The Duke of Kent  

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