Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton: Where are their Remembrance Day poppies from?


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a ceremony to pay respects at the Field of Remembrance yesterday. The ceremony, at Westminster Abbey, saw the Duchess dressed in a navy coat

The pretty badge has deep red poppy petals encased in a gold metal.

At the centre of the flowers are some sparkling clear jewels, which are also on the leaves.

The Royal Legion said of the badge: “Women played a huge role in the First World War. They served as nurses in the field hospitals, and here at home. They worked in factories, making munitions. They worked on the land. And they were recognised afterwards with the right to vote.

“100 years on, The Royal British Legion have created this special brooch dedicated to the memory of the courageous women who served and lost their life as a direct result of the First World War.

“The brooch is beautifully packaged in a floral design box. Each brooch comes with a certificate commemorating the life of a woman who lost her life as a direct result of the First World War.

“These names are recognised by CWGC as women serving in the auxiliary units during the First World War.

“Designed exclusively for the Centenary year, this stunning brooch adds a vintage feel to the classic two petal enamel poppy.

“Plated with a gold tone and hand finished with brilliant baguette crystals, this charming brooch is the perfect way to support The Royal British Legion.”

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton will be the Remembrance Sunday ceremony this weekend.

On Saturday night they will also be at an event at the Royal Albert Hall.

What style rules will Meghan and Kate have to follow this weekend?

This Sunday, Meghan along with the rest of the royals will have to follow some unusual and unexpected strict rules of traditions when they step out on the second Sunday in November, also known as, Remembrance Sunday.

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