Tribute from the royal family to the victims of September 11
The Royal Family Channel released this video clip, titled “Royal Family Tribute to 9/11 Victims” – below is their description.
‘Tribute from the royal family to the victims of September 11’
Two decades ago, the American national anthem was heard at Buckingham Palace.
Today, twenty years later, Windsor Castle resonated with the same tune.
To honor the thousands of people killed in the deadliest terrorist act in history, the Guard held a special ceremony to commemorate the September 11 attacks.
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