United Kingdom remembers the fallen, represents Camilla Windsor

Camilla in the center of the scene, at Windsor House, on Armistice Day (or Remembrance Day): a date of great importance in which the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries commemorate the anniversary of the fall of the former British Empire at the conclusion of WWI. The anniversary, which includes a series of appointments to the Kingdom, which are due to run until Sunday, was marked in the first place today – amid events and scattered commemorations – at Westminster Abbey, where the Duchess, in the field of remembrance by traditional ceremony. Represented the entire royal family by holding a classic crown of Cornwall, the wife of the heir to the throne, Charles Red poppySymbolic flowers on the island of tribute to the fallen and veterans.

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Surrounded by officers and military departments in full uniform, Camilla thus underscores the central role she has assumed in recent years within the dynasty, against a backdrop of oblivion that now descends on much of the hostile popular sentiment that her “rival”. Inspired by his previous image. The close relationship with the late Princess Diana, as well as Queen Elizabeth, has come to the fore on several official occasions in recent years. The 95-year-old sovereign, forced into a few weeks’ rest by doctors after a very rare hospitalization of nearly 24 hours in October for unspecified “preliminary tests”, is currently living at Windsor Castle. And, according to tradition, he could not attend the 2-minute silence in front of the mausoleum in London. However, she had revealed a few days earlier that she was determined to return to public activity at least on Sunday the 14th, in order to appear in “national service”, which, like every year, is part of the commemoration associated with Remembrance Day. will close the cycle.

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