King Charles III presides over first Remembrance Sunday service

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King Charles III and the Queen Consort [Photo: The Royal Family (Twitter)

King Charles III will preside over the first Remembrance Sunday service with a two-minute silence Sunday today at 11 am, for the first time as monarch, to remember the nation’s war dead.

The monarch will lay a wreath in tribute to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth war dead, as Britain’s new Prime Minister also lauds Ukraine’s defenders.

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Remembrance Sunday is marked every year in the U.K. on the closest Sunday to Armistice Day on Nov. 11 with the wearing of poppies and a national two-minute silence observed at 11 a.m.

The 73-year-old monarch had previously deputised for his mother Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September aged 96…



Source: Vanguard Newspaper