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Kate and William put on show of solidarity as UK marks tragic anniversary – new pictures

Prince Charles marks anniversary of UK lockdown with message

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Abbey’s vaccination centre to pay tribute to the efforts of staff and volunteers, as the UK marks one year since the country first entered lockdown. The couple took part in a private moment of reflection to remember all those who have died, which now exceeds more than 145,000. 

Kate and William were pictured looking each other in the eye as they walked down the aisle in the cathedral, where they married on April 29, 2011.

The famous church, where the Queen’s coronation was held in 1953, is helping to vaccinate 2,000 people a week.

Kate wore a mid-length cream coat with stunning embroidery for the visit, accessorised with a tan clutch and heels.

She styled her hair in a half-up-half-down do, showing off her long brown curls.

Prince William wore a navy blue coat with a maroon and white polka dot tie.

They both wore blue disposable face masks.

Their visit comes after the Queen led Britain in remembering those who have died during the pandemic during a national minute of silence at midday.

The monarch paid tribute to the “immeasurable service of those who have supported us all over the last year” in a message honouring the national day of reflection.

The Queen said in a statement: “As we look forward to a brighter future together, today we pause to reflect on the grief and loss that continues to be felt by so many people and families, and pay tribute to the immeasurable service of those who have supported us all over the last year.”

A bouquet of irises, tulips, mixed narcissi and ranunculus and the message were carried to St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London from Windsor Castle, where the monarch and Philip have been staying during the pandemic.

The Queen is understood to have wanted to mark the day during which Covid-19 victims are being remembered across the nation with a minute’s silence at midday.

She chose St Barts to receive the flowers following the duke’s successful procedure and recent stay.

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