Photo: Chris Jackson/PA Wire Britain's Prince William and Kate attend the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance to commemorate all those who have lost their lives in conflicts and mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, at the Royal Albert Hall, London, Britain November 10, 2018. Baby boomers prefer Princess Anne to both of the younger Duchesses, with 68 per cent of over 55s approving compared to 64 per cent for Kate and 51 per cent for Meghan.
The We Are Most Amused and Amazed comedy gala, which airs on TV tonight, celebrates His Royal Highness' 70th birthday and raise funds for his youth charity, The Prince's Trust.
Her exit comes after Harry's "right-hand man" Edward Lane Fox, believed to be in his late thirties, resigned after being employed with the royal family for more than 15 years.
A third wreath was laid on behalf of Prince Philip, but that one was presented by an equerry, as the Duke of Edinburgh was not in attendance at this morning's ceremony. Had he been there, the Duke would have stood on the balcony with the Queen and Camilla, with Kate taking position on a separate balcony.
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The previous night, the royal family also attended another remembrance day event.
As royal fans know, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child in 2019. Last year, she wore three poppies to the Remembrance Sunday service, which could mean she's added two additional blooms this year to include the civil defence and women, or that this isn't the actual meaning behind her display. Prince Philip retired from public engagements a year ago and did not attend the service. It's also possible that it's a custom-made brooch, rather than five individual poppies.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend a service marking Armistice Day, at Westminster Abbey.
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