Charles to include racing colours on first poppy wreath as King – tradition explained


    Remembrance Sunday was a hugely important event for the Queen, likewise for the new King and other members of the Royal Family.

    The Queen always wore five poppies thought to represent each service of the war: the Army, the Navy, the RAF, the Civil Defence and women.

    The Queen attended most of the Remembrance Sunday events during her reign, missing out occasionally due to visits abroad or pregnancy.

    Last year the Queen missed out on the service altogether due to a back sprain, meaning her son deputised for the occasion.

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