Camilla lays wreath at grave of the Unknown Warrior

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The Duchess of Cornwall followed in the footsteps of the Duke of Edinburgh when she laid a wreath at the grave of the Unknown Warrior inside Westminster Abbey to mark Armistice Day. Report by Matt Blair.

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