This past Sunday, King Charles, 74, was joined by other members of the royal family for the annual Remembrance Day service at The Cenotaph, Whitehall, as they (and the rest of the U.K.) honored the lives lost in the First World War in addition to the battles that followed.
Pictures taken at the ceremony were later posted on the official royal family Instagram account, which showed the monarch’s honorary salute, Prince William laying a wreath for the fallen soldiers and more. But there is one royal pair, in particular, that stood out from all the rest: Queen Camilla and Kate Middleton.
The second slide of the post features a haunting and emotional photo of the two women standing side-by-side on a balcony above, looking on as their husbands laid down wreaths during the ceremony. The pair can be seen wearing a black dress with similar brimmed hats and poppy pins (to commemorate Remembrance Day).