Kate stuns in black as she and Prince William attend Remembrance Day festival

Looking thoughtful, the Duchess stood proudly as she and husband, the Duke of Cambridge, marked 100 years since the end of the First World War ahead of tomorrow’s Armistice Day at the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance. Joining sister-in-law Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who proudly displayed her bump, and Prince Harry, Kate, 36, had her hair down to compliment her outfit.

Kate’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis did not attend the event.

The duchess stood alongside other members of the royal family including the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

The Festival of Remembrance is an annual event but this year marks 100 years since the end of World War One. 

The event takes place at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, and commemorates those who lost their lives in both historical conflicts. 

In the presence of the royal family, the Royal British Legion is leading the nation in thanking those who served, sacrificed and changed Britain all those years ago. 

Although tonight’s event will be a first for sister-in-law Meghan, Kate has attended many Remembrance Day events during her time as a royal.

However, tomorrow’s Armistice Day is particularly eventful as it is 100 years to the day that the First World War ended.

The First World War, also known as the Great War, as an international conflict that happened between 1914 and 1918 and embroiled most of the nations of Europe, Russia, the US, Middle East and other regions. 

The war pitted the Central Powers such as Germany, Austria, Hungary and Turkey against allies Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Japan and America from 1917. 

It ended with the defeat of the central powers as well as the deaths of more than 16million people. 

The First World War was one of the deadliest conflicts in the history of the human race, with casualties of up to 36million. 

Up to seven million civilians and around nine million military personnel were killed in the war. 

It ended at 11am on the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 when Germany signed an armistice peace agreement that had been prepared by Britain and France.