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Royals mark Anzac Day as William meets terror survivor

The Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke of Sussex arrive for the service to mark Anzac Day in London
The Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke of Sussex arrive for the service to mark Anzac Day in London
The Duke of Cambridge lays a wreath at the Auckland War Memorial Museum
The Duke of Cambridge meets key operations police staff and St Johns ambulance staff in Christchurch

By Press Association

The Duke of Sussex smiled broadly and appeared relaxed yesterday at an Anzac Day service as he awaits the birth of his first child.

Harry was a last-minute addition to the royal line-up in Westminster Abbey, where he joined his sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge yesterday afternoon.

Kate, who looked chic in a teal Catherine Walker coat and Rosie Olivia hat, was pictured laughing as she chatted to Harry as they made their way into the Abbey.

Meanwhile, on the first day of his visit to New Zealand, the Duke of Cambridge spoke to five-year-old Alen Alsati, a survivor of the Christchurch mosque attacks, at her hospital bedside in Auckland after she woke from a coma earlier this week.

The duke is due to meet more of those affected by the attacks today.

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