If they're good enough for Royal bottoms, these seats are good enough for Miss Bliss and me
Today is ANZAC Day in Australia and New Zealand. People in towns, cities and outback places attended Dawn services and morning marches to commemorate the 99th landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli and to remember all those who have died at war.
Miss Bliss and I attended the morning service at the Australian War Memorial to show our respect and to do a spot of Royal watching.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been visiting Canberra this week and while we have seen lots of police on traffic duty it wasn't until today that we finally saw the young Royals.
Here is a selection of photos from the War Memorial. It's days like today that fighting for our freedom ring true. How many nations in the world allow their citizens to attend such dignified occasions with no overt security measures in place. There was the Governor-General, the Prime Minister, the Third in line to the British throne and assorted others and thousands of ordinary people were invited to be there as well.
Thanks to Emma who handed out Anzac biscuits to everyone on the bus back to our cars. They were the biscuits the Royals rejected.
Hope everyone who could get to an ANZAC ceremony did. Lest We Forget.