Remembrance

Watch: Duchess of Cornwall prepares Remembrance symbols at London's Poppy Factory

The Duchess of Cornwall is a patron of the organisation, which supports military veterans.

The Duchess of Cornwall has visited The Poppy Factory in London, adding the final touches to symbols of Remembrance for this year's period of reflection.

Camilla, a patron of the organisation, chatted with workers making a wreath, and put the finishing touches to the Prince of Wales's Cenotaph wreath herself.

The Duchess also added a poppy symbol to her own Field of Remembrance cross, which she will place at Westminster Abbey on Thursday to mark Armistice Day.

The Poppy Factory supports veterans with health conditions on their journey into employment, helping them overcome any barriers.

Camilla also unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of a new visitors centre at the venue.

Thanking officials on the day, she said it is "so important that we look after our veterans" after service with the UK Armed Forces.

At the Armistice Day service later today, Camilla will place her cross, with the 'Last Post' then being played, before a two-minute silence.

In a nod to tradition and following in the footsteps of the late Duke of Edinburgh, the duchess will then lay flowers at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.