William and Kate join Charles and Camilla at the Festival of Remembrance as Queen stays at home

Prince Charles was joined by his wife, son and daughter-in-law at the Royal Albert Hall tonight as they attended the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.

The senior royals headed to the important event to pay tribute to all of those who have lost their lives during the war.

The future king attend the event with wife, Duchess Camilla, along with his son Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Sadly, the Queen was unable to make tonight's event as she had to stay resting at home ahead of tomorrow's public appearance.

On November 14, she is expected to attend the Cenotaph in honour of Remembrance Sunday.

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It will be Her Majesty's first royal engagement in a while, after a recent trip to the hospital has left the 95 year old monarch in need of a resting period away from her royal duties.

For tonight's festival on November 13, 2021, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall sat in the royal box alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and a number of other family members.

Kate wore a gorgeous black two-piece for the event, with a button-up suit top paired with a long maxi skirt.

Prince William wore a navy blue suit, a crisp white shirt and a diagonally striped navy blue and burgundy red tie.

The pair both sported a red poppy for the event, as William also wore his military badges.

Amongst the other royals were the Earl and Countess of Wessex, who arrived together at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night.

They stopped to greet those waiting by the venue's entrance, with the pair both donning red poppies on their outfits.

The royals weren't the only ones in attendance for the event, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson also showed up to the Royal Albert Hall for the festival, as did opposing party leader Sir Keir Starmer, who sat in a box on the opposite side to the PM.

For the event, those invited were asked to provide a proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test result in order to gain entry.

Tonight's festival pays tribute to all of those whose lives have been lost whilst serving their country at war, and is also the 100th year of organised Remembrance traditions.

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