Depois do príncipe Harry ter confirmado que estava afastado do irmão William e dos muitos rumores sobre a relação entre as cunhadas, o público estava ansioso para ver como era o reencontro entre os casais. Os quatro compareceram, este sábado, no Festival of Remembrance e o encontro ficou marcado pela distância.
Quatro meses após a última ocasião em que estiveram juntos em público, os duques de Cambridge e os de Sussex compareceram este sábado, dia 9, no Festival of Remembrance, um evento que integra as comemorações do Dia do Armistício.
Segundo a imprensa, os dois casais optaram por chegar em separado e raramente se cruzaram durante todo o evento. Depois assistiram ao concerto no Royal Albert Hall, em Londres, em locais separados, sendo já esta uma imposição do protocolo real.
Imagens do reencontro:
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This evening The Duke and Duchess of Sussex accompanied Her Majesty The Queen and members of @TheRoyalFamily to the annual @RoyalBritishLegion Festival of Remembrance. This special event, which has taken place every year since 1923 at the @RoyalAlbertHall, commemorates all those who have lost their lives in conflicts. • This year’s Festival marked the 75th anniversary of a number of crucial battles of 1944, with a particular emphasis on the collaboration and friendship of the British, Commonwealth and Allied armies who fought them. A unique tribute was given to acknowledge those involved both past and present, culminating in a special parade of some of the last surviving veterans who fought and served in 1944. • Their Royal Highnesses, who last year attended their first Festival of Remembrance together, were honoured to once again pay tribute to all casualties of war and remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. #FestivalOfRemembrance #WeWillRememberThem Photo © PA / Royal British Legion
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On #RemembranceSunday The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Her Majesty The Queen and members of @TheRoyalFamily, as the nation honoured those who have lost their lives in conflict. The Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and The Duchess of Cornwall on the balcony of the Foreign Office for the National Service of Remembrance, as The Prince of Wales laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of The Queen, who is Head of the Armed Forces, followed by The Duke of Cambridge, The Duke of Sussex, The Duke of York, and Members of the Royal Family. Every year, the nation unites on Remembrance Sunday, traditionally held at 11am on the second Sunday in November, to honour the service and sacrifice of our Armed Forces community, the British and Commonwealth veterans, the Allies that fought alongside us and the civilian servicemen and women involved in the two World Wars and later conflicts ?PA / Crown Copyright #WeWillRememberThem