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Why Kate Middleton and the Queen wear multiple poppies on Remembrance Day

Today marks the centenary since the Armistice was signed, marking the end for the First World War where 20 million lost their lives. As they do every year, the Royal Family will pay their respects to the fallen and The Queen and Kate Middleton were spotted wearing clusters of five and three poppies during last night's Remembrance Day eve services at the Royal Albert Hall. This has led two speculation from members of the public about the reason why – and the gesture sends a clear message. Read More There is continued debate about the politics of wearing poppies pinned to our coats – as some people wear The Queen and Kate's quiet tributes to the fallen speak loud and clear: they will not forget the fallen. One theory is that the Queen wore five poppies to signify each branch of the services . These are the Army, Navy, RAF, Civil Defense and Women. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8 Cancel Play now Read More It's also been suggested The Queen wears a customized corsage, a single piece made up of five poppies, rather than five individual flowers. Either way, their clusters of blazing red poppies against the Royals' sombre black attire were certainly difficult to miss. The Queen has never openly discussed why she wears so many, but the sentiment is crystal clear. The Royal British Legion shop does not sell a set of poppies like the ones worn by…

Today marks the centenary since the Armistice was signed, marking the end for the First World War where 20 million lost their lives.

As they do every year, the Royal Family will pay their respects to the fallen and

The Queen and Kate Middleton were spotted wearing clusters of five and three poppies during last night’s Remembrance Day eve services at the Royal Albert Hall.

This has led two speculation from members of the public about the reason why – and the gesture sends a clear message.

There is continued debate about the politics of wearing poppies pinned to our coats – as some people wear

The Queen and Kate’s quiet tributes to the fallen speak loud and clear: they will not forget the fallen.

One theory is that the Queen wore five poppies to signify each branch of the services .

These are the Army, Navy, RAF, Civil Defense and Women.

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