: Following yesterday’s Cenotaph service, members of the Royal Family travelled throughout the UK to attend national commemorations marking #Armistice100
The Princess Royal attended the Scottish Commemorative Service in Glasgow Cathedral.
The Duke of York paid his respects to the war dead at a Commemorative Service marking the centenary of the Armistice of the First World War at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex attended the Welsh National Service of Thanksgiving at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff.
The Duke and Duchess Gloucester visited The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire - the UK’s year-round centre of Remembrance – for the Armistice Day Service.
London to Birmingham, via Armistice Day commemorations with many dogs, including Trouble the pug (whom I also saw yesterday at the Lord Mayor's Show but didn't realise it was the same pug until later looking at the photos!), followed by sightseeing, including what I must assume is the Grand Old Duke of York way up on that column (without 10, 000 men or a hill), some more statues and stuff, a sunset from the train and laundry done outside at a service station...