During the Remembrance Sunday Service, Kate Middleton reportedly calmed an anxious Camilla



On Remembrance Sunday, an annual British holiday commemorating those who sacrificed their lives in service to their nation, King Charles presided over the traditional ceremony for the first time as monarch. This occasion held particular significance as it marked the first memorial service without Queen Elizabeth. Amidst the discussions surrounding the Royal Family's presence, it was Kate Middleton's interaction with Queen Consort Camilla that caught attention.

With King Charles now ascending the throne after Queen Elizabeth's more than 70-year reign, the monarchy continues to carry on her legacy. However, tensions within the family have reportedly left Camilla feeling "sad and upset" due to the treatment of King Charles by Prince Harry and Meghan. Nonetheless, Charles and Camilla assumed their roles as integral participants in the Remembrance Sunday service this past weekend.

The ceremony took place at the Cenotaph in London, where thousands gathered to honor the bravery of those who gave their lives for their country. As Big Ben struck 11 o'clock, and the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fired shots nearby, King Charles appeared to hold back tears during the solemn two-minute silence.

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Alongside King Charles and Prince William, other members of the Royal Family joined in the annual Remembrance Day service. Kate Middleton and Camilla, the Queen Consort, were spotted on the balcony of the nearby Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office building, observing the proceedings.

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