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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have attended a Armistice Day service in Australia at the start of a day of commemorations.
Charles and Camilla joined Australian officials at the ceremony in the capital, Canberra, honouring those who died in war.
A commemorative address was delivered by author and historian Jackie Higgins, the first time this had ever been carried out by an indigenous person.
More than 400,000 Australian men enlisted during the First World War, of which over 60,000 were killed and more than 150,000 wounded, gassed or taken prisoner.
The royals are due to meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull later, as they continue their tour of the country.
Fearsome warriors greeted the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall with a spectacular haka during a welcome ceremony to the home of the Maori nation.
Charles and Camilla were celebrated by their hosts at the royal riverside residence of Kiingi Tuheitia.
The couple arrived at the complex wearing korowai, cloaks made of kiwi feathers, that had been given to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in 1953.
The royal couple have since continued to Auckland where they plan to spend the afternoon before leaving the country on Wednesday ending their seven-day tour.
The Queen and other members of the royal family attended the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening.
Her Majesty was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the event at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The festival, held on the eve of Remembrance Sunday, commemorates all those who lost their lives in conflicts.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn were also among those attending the event.
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Prince William has attended a Submariners' Remembrance service and parade at Middle Temple, Victoria Embankment in central London.
The Royal signed a tribute with the message: "Unseen but not forgotten".
Some four hundred serving and veteran submariners, including veterans of World War II, were expected to attend this year’s Submariners’ Remembrance Service and Parade.
The service and parade are held annually to honour submariners of all generations who have ‘crossed the bar’ in service to their country.
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