The Duke of Edinburgh has attended a special ceremony in Belgium to mark Armistice Day.
He laid a poppy wreath in Ypres - the scene of deadly battles during the First World War - to commemorate fallen members of the armed forces.
Bags of soil collected by Belgian pupils from the battlefields of Flanders are being brought to London to be placed in a memorial garden next year.
ITV News' Royal correspondent Tim Ewart reports.
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