In Pictures: Royals attend Anzac Day services in London and Auckland


The royal family has marked Anzac Day by attending commemoration services in both the UK and New Zealand.

The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Duke of Sussex at the service in Westminster Abbey (Victoria Jones/PA)
Kate greeted other attendees while her husband was in New Zealand (Victoria Jones/PA)
Kate and Harry were joined by the Duke of Gloucester at the service (Jeremy Selwyn/Evening Standard/PA)
The Duke of Sussex with the Dean of Westminster Dr John Hall (Victoria Jones/PA)
The congregation listened as the last post was sounded during an emotional service (Victoria Jones/PA)
The Duke of Cambridge attended the Auckland Anzac Day civic service with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (Mark Tantrum/New Zealand Government/PA)
William shared a hongi, a traditional Maori greeting, with Ms Ardern (Mark Tantrum/New Zealand Government/PA)
He laid a wreath at the Auckland Anzac Day Civic Service at Auckland War Memorial Museum (Mark Tantrum/New Zealand Government/PA)
The duke also met police and St John Ambulance staff who were first responders during the attack on two mosques in Christchurch in March (Mark Tantrum/New Zealand Government/PA)
William was concerned with checking how those involved in the response were coping more than a month on from the tragedy (Mark Tantrum/New Zealand Government/PA)