Prince Charles joins war widows for Cenotaph ceremony

The Prince of Wales has laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in London during an annual service for war widows.

Prince Charles, patron of the War Widows' Association, was joined by around 150 widows at the ceremony.

His wreath, signed "In constant remembrance, Charles", was joined by the War Widows' cross, covered in white chrysanthemums.

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