The royal family paid tribute and honored the memory of British army personnel who lost their lives in conflict on Sunday, Nov. 10.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked svelte in a black coat, black gloves and a stylish black beret. She donned a poppy pin, which is a symbol to honor those who have died in combat. Prince George's mom styled her luxurious brunette locks in soft waves. She watched from a nearby balcony as her husband participated in the ceremony, and stood with Sophie, Countess of Essex and Sir Tim Laurence, Princess Anne's husband.
Queen Elizabeth II, wearing a black coat and matching hat, lead the service and was joined by her grandsons as well as her husband, Prince Philip.