Lighting up St Pauls to salute the Armed Services

Princes William and Harry proudly took part in an open-air extravaganza celebrating the efforts of Britain’s armed forces.

The young royals – both serving officers in the British Army – were amongst thousands of well-wishers at City Salute, an Edinburgh Tattoo-style event to pay tribute to the country’s servicemen and women.

Hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, the parade saw an astonishing RAF fly past in front of St Paul’s Cathedral – which was lit up by a spectacular state-of-the-art light show – and a display by ceremonial troops and armoured vehicles of the Household Cavalry.

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