Royal Family attends London's Festival of Remembrance
The Royal family attended this year's Festival of Remembrance held at Royal Albert Hall in London, marking 100 years since the end of World War One. The festival began in 1927 as a way to pay tribute to those who had fought and died in the first World War.
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