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REMEMBER, REMEMBER: The Duchess of Cambridge shopped her closet for an official outing with members of Britain’s royal family on Remembrance Sunday. The duchess chose the same black Diane von Furstenberg coat with an embellished collar and sleeves that she wore to the ceremony last year. On Remembrance Sunday, which takes place on or close to Armistice Day and Veterans Day, members of the British Commonwealth remember those who died during all of the conflicts since World War I. At 11 a.m., Britons observed two minutes of silence and Queen Elizabeth laid the first wreath at the Cenotaph memorial in London. Prince William, wearing his Royal Air Force uniform, also laid a wreath as his wife watched from a balcony at the Foreign Office alongside the Countess of Wessex.
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