Charles and Camilla, William, Kate and Harry attend Grenfell memorial service
The royal family has shown solidarity with families whose relatives died in the Grenfell Tower fire by attending a national memorial service.
Survivors, bereaved families, the local community and first responders were joined by the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry at the event at St Paul's Cathedral in central London.
Prime Minister Theresa May, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn were among the politicians accompanying more than 1,500 guests for the 11am service.
The memorial will focus on remembering the 71 victims of the June 14 tower block blaze, and providing those affected with messages of support, strength and hope for the future.