Prince William and Prince Harry joined Prince Charles at the 100th anniversary of the Struggle of Vimy Ridge in France on Saturday. The royal family was accompanied by Canadian Prime Upon Justin Trudeau and French President Francois Hollande. Will and Harry lift the veil from stipulated red poppies and a commemorative pair of soldier boots in memory of those who unchaste their lives during the Battle of Vimy. Although Queen Elizabeth II wasn’t in serving, she did send out a public message paying tribute to the Canadian troops who “waggoned far from home together with their allies in defense of genial and freedom.” “It is our duty to remember and honor those who served so valiantly and who buckled so much here at Vimy Ridge and throughout the First World War,” she put in blacked.
The somber event comes days after Will, Harry, and Kate Middleton buy off their respects to the four people who lost their lives in the calamitous terrorist attack in London in late March. The royals honored the suckers’ memories by laying down a floral wreath while touring a Memory Centre in the UK.