The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will today meet the Grenfell Tower and meet victims of terrorist attacks while visiting emergency personnel.
William and Kate started their day with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in the St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in central London.
The new independent charity will respond to disasters in the UK in an emergency and has been set up since 2017 following various terrorist attacks.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are present today at the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St Martin-in-the-Fields
Kate starts her day this morning with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London
Kate will meet the Grenfell tower today and meet victims of terrorist attacks while visiting emergency personnel
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives today for the launch of the National Emergencies Trust at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London
They will meet disaster victims, including Grenfell and the Westminster Bridge attack, and give a short speech on the occasion of the official inauguration of the charity.
The duke was accompanied by his grandmother, the queen, during a visit to the Grenfell site shortly after the fire in June 2017.
& # 39; In the evening, William attends the London Air Ambulance charity gala in central London.
The duke worked as a pilot for the East Anglia Air Ambulance and became patron of the London organization in January.
The charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and will hear a speech from William after meeting crew members, former patients and other supporters.
The Duke of Cambridge meets a team of firefighters during a visit to West London in June 2017 after the Grenfell fire
Queen Elizabeth II meets firefighters during her visit to the Westway Sports Center in West London in June 2017
The Duke of Sussex sits next to Kate and William for a memorial service for Grenfell in St Paul & # 39; s Cathedral in December 2017
Meghan, her mother Doria and Harry are launching a cookbook with women affected by Grenfell in Kensington Palace last fall
Archie is CRAWLING and has two teeth! Proud Harry and Meghan share details of six-month-old son paying homage to military families who & # 39; keep it together at home & # 39; while partners serve abroad
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared details of life with baby son Archie as he turns six months old – telling a group of military families that he is starting to crawl and has two teeth.
Prince Harry also praised those who maintain a home life while their partner is absent and sympathized with service personnel that their child's development went wrong while serving abroad.
The couple met families from the Welsh Guards, Coldstream Guards and Household Cavalry when they visited a coffee morning yesterday at Windsor's Broom Farm Community Center, in the heart of an army residential area.
Photos & details of Harry and Meghan's visit were released this morning at 9 am in an Instagram post on the couple's Sussex Royal account, telling how they & # 39; surprised their neighbors in Windsor & # 39 ;.
Harry – who returned from his visit to Japan for the Rugby World Cup final on Sunday – wore a Royal British Legion poppy on a blue sweater on top of a shirt and received an animated cake from a young girl named Poppy Dean.
Poppy Dean is giving a cake to The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to Broom Farm Community Center in Windsor yesterday
During the visit to Windsor, the duke and duchess of Sussex speak to members of the families of serving soldiers yesterday
Meghan speaks with a family while she attends a coffee morning yesterday with families of deployed army in the center
Meghan, wearing a white blouse and black skirt, wore her poppy on a khaki green jacket – and squatted down as she talked to the children.
It comes after Harry sent the English rugby team a picture of Archie in a red rose sweater in a lucky message last week, before the final they lost to South Africa.
Today the Duchess of Sussex will pay her first visit to & # 39; Field of Remembrance & # 39; from Westminster Abbey as she joins her husband and mother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall, to honor the nation's war dead.
The majority of the Coldstream Guards are in Kenya and a large part of the Welsh Guards comes at the end of a long commitment in the Falklands.
Harry, who served as an army officer for 10 years, said he feared military families keeping it together at home and said: “It's incredibly difficult. I have so much respect and admiration for everyone involved. & # 39;
The Sussex people took Archie to southern Africa last month for their first official family tour and the duke who empathize with servants who love their children.
The royal couple met families from the Welsh Guards, Coldstream Guards and Household Cavalry yesterday
The Duchess of Sussex yesterday held out her hand to a child in the family of a soldier in The Welsh Guards
Harry also praised those who have a home life while their partner is absent during the visit today
Meghan talked to parents yesterday about the visit to the Windsor center about her son, who was six months old yesterday
He said: & # 39; I can't imagine what it is like to miss so much because they change so quickly. & # 39;
Harry and Meghan & # 39; s post on their Instagram page
Yesterday the duke and duchess surprised their neighbors in Windsor on a coffee morning for military families in a community center in the heart of the army residential area. Every year during the month of November we pause to remind and honor everyone who has served their country here in the United Kingdom, in the Commonwealth and around the world. Their Royal Highnesses also wanted to show support to the families of service personnel currently deployed abroad.
In the run-up to Remembrance Sunday, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with Her Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family will participate in various memorial events, including the Memorial Festival at the Royal Albert Hall and the Cenotaph.
During the visit yesterday, Her Royal Highnesses met young families who shared their experiences as parents and couples who are often months apart from their loved ones. A reminder that an employed life describes not only the person in the uniform, but the entire family.
Meghan talked to parents about her son, who was six months old yesterday, and shared stories of his development with Amy Thompson, whose husband Brad is affiliated with the Welsh Guards.
Thompson said: & # 39; My daughter Aeris is as old as Archie and we were talking about weaning and the children who started to crawl – she's just a normal mother and it was like talking to a friend. & # 39;
During the visit Harry was shown with a little girl while Meghan gave a toddler.
Army husband, Leigh Smith, took her eight-year-old daughter Molly to meet the royal visitors, and the younger one said: & Meghan promised not to tell anyone that I was out of school. She asked me who my best friend was. & # 39;
Mrs. Smith added: “We had a party when Harry and Meghan got married and we've been following their story ever since, so it was a great experience for Molly to shake hands with them. It is really special and a nice boost for the entire community. & # 39;
Coldstream Guards welfare officer Captain Colin Lewis said the visit was a welcome tonic after a tough 18 months.
The officer said: “The regiment really appreciates the support that families offer by picking up the burden when the servant is absent.
& # 39; It is great for the duke and duchess to take the time to truly understand the challenges they face.
Harry, who served as an army officer for 10 years, said he feared military families who kept it together at home
The Sussex people visited the center a month after they had brought Archie to South Africa for their first official tour
The Duchess of Sussex receives a posy flower from Bonnie and Maggie Emanuel (mother and daughter) yesterday
Photos & details of the visit were released today at 9:00 am in an Instagram post on the couple's Sussex Royal account
& # 39; They are very down to earth and they have taken a snapshot of the entire community here by talking to many people from different backgrounds. & # 39;
Tariq Baksh, from the household cavalry welfare team, also found that the couple could deal with many of the families as young parents, saying: “They are a modern family and fully empathized with people – our families realized they were not be different. & # 39;
Helen Llewelyn-Usher, wife of Welsh Guards commander officer Lieutenant Colonel Henry Llewelyn-Usher, said the visit will help families make new friends.
She said: “It's amazing that Harry and Meghan found time to adjust to their busy schedule – they shake hands. It brought many people together and now they will always have this great memory in common. & # 39;
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