Remembrance Sunday 2022: Key moments from King Charles’ first service as monarch

King Charles III has held his first-ever Remembrance Sunday as sovereign, taking over the duty his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, held dearly.

The King led the nation in a two-minute silence, remembering those who have died in conflict since World War One.

Political leaders, including Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer, laid wreaths on London’s Cenotaph.

In a nod to his mother and grandfather, King George VI, King Charles laid a wreath which incorporates his racing colours.

This video rounds up the key moments as the day unfolded.

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