Princes Charles and Harry with a group of soldiers from the Brigade of Gurkhas
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Gurkhas: Pageant marks 200 years of service to Britain

The Queen, Prince Philip and other members of the Royal Family have attended an event to mark the Gurkha regiment's 200 years of service to the British Crown.

Prince Charles - Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Gurkha Rifles - and Prince Harry - who lived with a Gurkha battalion in Afghanistan - were also in attendance.

Victims of the recent Nepal earthquakes were remembered in a minute's silence.

Peter Hunt reports.

  • 09 Jun 2015
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