Saying thank you for their service
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at St Paul's Cathedral for a poignant service to commemorate the end of Britain's military involvement in Afghanistan, fifteen years after the first troops were deployed.
Pregnant Catherine walked up the steps to the Cathedral with Prince William and Prince Harry at her side. Inside, the Queen and Prince Philip, along with Prince Charles and Prime Minister David Cameron, paid their respects to the 453 service personnel who lost their lives and honouring those who have been involved in promoting peace and stability in the region, including Prince Harry who served two tours there.
Catherine chose a navy coat for the occasion with matching hat. Her hair was swept back in an elegant updo.
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