Let us not forget … forget me nots

Blue forget me not’s are the symbol of dementia friends. The white version was included in Meghan’s bouquet at the start of UK dementia awareness week.

They were also included in the bouquet because they were the groom Prince Harry late Mum’s favourite flowers.

After the wedding the bouquet was placed on the grave of the unknown soldier which is a monument to soldiers who died during World War One who’s body was not recovered. The current Queen’s Mother started the tradition of lying wedding bouquet on the monument, because her brother Fergus had been killed during World War One, albeit his body was recovered.

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