• King Charles III was close to tears
  • He commemorated fallen soldiers
  • It got very emotional

It was a sad day for the British royal family. Every year on Remembrance Sunday, those who died in the war are commemorated. This year, King Charles III (74) performed the event for the first time as a monarch.

The moments when he laid the wreath at the London memorial and remembered the fallen soldiers in a minute's silence were very emotional.

Also interesting:

King Charles III close to tears

King Charles III struggled to hold back his tears - we rarely see British royals like this. There is no doubt that Charles also thought of his mother, the Queen, at the memorial service.

She passed away just two months earlier at the age of 96. Since then, Charles has been the monarch of the kingdom. Next to him was also his son Prince William, as well as Queen Camilla and Duchess Kate, who showed their emotions too.

While William, as Prince of Wales, was also allowed to lay a wreath, the women watched from the balcony.