Prince Charles lays a wreath in memory of police officers who gave their lives protecting others

Prince Charles on Wednesday opened a new £4.5 million national police memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

The future king also laid a wreath in memory of members of the police service who gave their lives protecting others.

“Today the Prince of Wales is attending the dedication of the new UK police memorial,”  Clarence House said on Instagram.

The Clarence House also live-streamed the event on the official Instagram account.

Prince Charles will become the King after Queen Elizabeth. Prince William is second-in-line to the British throne.

His younger son Prince Harry is at loggerheads with the royal family since he married former American actress  Meghan Markle.

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