Prince William was the royal representative at the commemoration service 100 years on from the Battle of Amiens. The battle was a turning point in World War One as the Allies combined ground and air force to push back the enemy, and the Duke of Cambridge was joined by Prime Minister Theresa May for a moving memorial at Amiens cathedral.
Royal reporter Russell Myers was in northern France for the event and joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper to discuss the latest royal
They are also joined by fashion writer Danielle Stacey and travel writer Julie Delahaye to look back on Daisy Jenks' wedding to Charlie van Straubenzee, Eugenia and Beatrice's Vogue Interview and how the royals spend their summer holidays.
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