Remembrance

Prince Harry Pays Respect At Westminster Abbey Field of Remembrance

The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry have paid tribute to Britain's fallen soldiers as they opened Westminster Abbey's Field of...

The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry have paid tribute to Britain's fallen soldiers as they opened Westminster Abbey's Field of Remembrance.
 
Crosses laid for Service personnel killed in Afghanistan
Crosses laid for Service personnel killed in Afghanistan
Both Prince Philip and Prince Harry placed crosses to add to the 100,000 planted by the Royal British Legion to mark Remembrance week.
 
After a two-minute silence, Prince Philip and Prince Harry toured the plots of poppy crosses and chatted to veterans and families who were there in memory of their loved ones.
 
The first field of remembrance was held in 1928 and started a tradition that has grown over the decades.
 
Prince Harry and the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey
Prince Harry and the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey
Laura Hawkins went to meet the visitors that go to pay their respects to the thousands who have lost their lives.
 
 
Remembrance Sunday will hold added importance for double amputee veteran Rick Clement, who's hoping to be able to walk up to the Cenotaph to lay a wreath for lost friends.
 
You can watch the next step in his journey at 9pm on Monday, only on Forces TV.
 
Make sure you tune in this weekend for full coverage of Remembrance Sunday - Sky 264, Virgin 277 or Freesat 652.