Armistice centenary: Winston Peters, Prince Harry lay wreaths before All Blacks Test with England

Britain's Prince Harry laid a wreath and observed a minute's silence at Twickenham Stadium this morning, ahead of Rememberance Sunday and the centenary of the World War I armistice.

The Duke of Sussex was joined by New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters in paying his respects, ahead of a rugby match between England and New Zealand.

Earlier, Harry met nine-year-old Jack Davis and 10-year-old Max Garnett, both of whom are related to rugby players who died in World War I.

The All Blacks went on to win the Test 16-15.

The Duke of Sussex and New Zealand's Foreign Minister paid tribute to those felled in WWI. Source: Associated Press


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