Dressed in black the royals hung their heads as they listened to those effected by the blaze.
A sombre Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall for a national memorial service for the victims of the devastating Grenfell Tower fire.
Prince William, Prince Harry, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles were among the mourners at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, six months after the fire that killed 71 people..
Catherine wore a double-breasted Carolina Herrera coat and broad-brimmed hat, while Camilla donned an coat dress in grey with embroidered trim. The men wore black suits for the touching ceremony, at which survivors of the blaze sat with VIP guests.
Speaking at the memorial event, Reverend Graham Tomlin said, “As we come to the end of this difficult year, as we celebrate Christmas, as we move into a new year, nothing can remove the memory of that night — nor do we want to forget those dearly loved people who were lost.”
Do you remember hearing about the Grenfell Tower Blaze? What messages would you send to the victims’ relatives?