The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge attend Remembrance Sunday service

Catherine wore black, while Prince William was in military uniform

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and other members of the royal family to pay their respects at an official Remembrance Sunday service, held at the Cenotaph yesterday.

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Dressed in a black double-breasted coat by designer Diane von Furstenberg, topped off with a tilted Jane Corbett hat, Kate joined the Duchess of Cornwall and Countess of Wessex on a balcony at the Foreign and Commonwealth building for the service.

Meanwhile, Prince William stood behind the Queen, alongside Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and the Duke of Edinburgh, who all laid wreaths at the memorial in Whitehall, before taking part in a two-minute silence.

The Sunday service comes less than a week after Clarence House confirmed Prince William would be sent on a six-week posting to the Falkland Islands next year, while Kate stays in London.

It has also been confirmed the royal couple have chosen an apartment formerly occupied by Prince Margaret at Kensington Palace as their official London residence, and will make it their home from ‘mid-to-late 2013’.

‘It is anticipated that Prince Harrywill move into the residence currently occupied by The Duke and Duchess at Kensington Palace once they vacate it to move to their new apartment,’ the statement added.

THE DUKE & DUCHESS: ROMANCE IN PHOTOS

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