By Robyn Morris
Duchess Catherine has been praised for her remembrance Sunday appearance.
- Duchess Catherine joined other members of the Royal Family to commemorate fallen war heroes.
- The annual event took place at the Cenotaph in London but was scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic.
- In other royal news, the Queen could been forced to change a royal family tradition for the first time in 33 years.
Duchess Catherine has received praise from royal fans for her appearance.
The duchess watched the ceremony from a balcony at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office building alongside Duchess Camilla.
One royal fan commented: "Beautiful elegant lady we are so lucky to have her as our future Queen.”
Another added: "A Queen in the making right there! Faultless!"
And a third gushed: "Catherine is Truly Majestic."
On #RemembranceSunday The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and Members of the Royal Family for the annual Remembrance Day Service at The Cenotaph. This year the @RoyalBritishLegion encouraged us all to to take to our windows and doorsteps for a two minutes’ silence at 11am on Sunday November 8, to remember and honour those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom. Swipe to see more from across the UK: Image 3: Merchant Navy veteran Bill Bennett, 94, wears his medals whilst at his home in Kidderminster. Image 4: D-Day veteran Jim Healy, 95, from Manchester. Jim was a Corporal in the Royal Marines and was coxswain of a landing craft assault on June 6, 1944. Image 5: Veteran Charlie MacVicar, who served for 23 years with the Royal Scots, at the Royal British Legion Remembrance Garden in Grangemouth. Image 6: A camera phone is set up to film and live-stream a closed and socially distanced remembrance service at Exeter Cathedral. Image 7: Seymour 'Bill' Taylor, 95, from Colchester in Essex, who served as an Able Seaman in the Royal Navy onboard HMS Emerald during the D-Day landings joins neighbours in the street to observe the two minutes silence. Image 8: The National Memorial Arboretum, where a virtual Act of Remembrance from the Armed Forces Memorial was broadcast online. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
A photo posted by @kensingtonroyal on Nov 8, 2020 at 5:01am PST
Kate looked elegant as ever in a black military-style coat complete with three poppies.
Prince Charles laid a wreath at the ceremony on behalf of the Queen, who watched from a balcony with Lady-in-Waiting Susan Rhodes.
"In memory of the glorious dead", was written on the Queen's wreath.
Prince William, Princess Anne and Prince Edward also laid wreaths at the service, which was held outdoors with guests required to follow social distancing rules.
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