Harry and Meghan commemorate fallen soldiers

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Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle were wed morning early. The two lived in London’s Hyde Park a memorial service for fallen Australian and New Zealand soldiers.

Harry laid on behalf of the royal house, a wreath at Wellington Arch. It was for Meghan the first time they Harry joined in the commemoration.

In Australia and New Zealand is april 25, Anzac Day, to the abbreviation of the special Australian-New Zealand troops. Originally, it was on that day stopped at more than 11,000 soldiers who fell in the battle of Gallipolli in 1915 during the First world War. Nowadays, also the cases of soldiers in other wars are commemorated. Also in Great Britain and France will be remembered on Anzac Day.

Prince Charles was in Villers-Bretonneux, in northern France, commemorating the fallen soldiers. There, he gave a speech at the Australian national monument for war casualties.

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