Prince Harry joined the loved ones of Britons killed in terror attacks in Tunisia at a special memorial service at Westminster Abbey.
Harry laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial on behalf of his grandmother the Queen as he gathered with survivors and families affected by the two atrocities in June 2015.
He also delivered a reading during the central London service, which was conducted by the Dean of Westminster, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, and attended by David Cameron.
Thirty Britons were among 38 people massacred in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse in June last year - the worst incident of terrorism involving British people since the July 7 attacks in London in 2005.
Other holidaymakers fled in terror including a Huddersfield woman, Debbie Horsfall, and Brighouse engineer Richard Paciukanis.
Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui targeted holidayimakers on the beach and in a hotel before being shot dead by security forces. Terror group Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility.
Among those at the service was Mr Paciukanis, 60, and his wife Bernadette.
The couple had been out in Tunisia for her 57th birthday when the gunman struck, and Mrs Paciukanis described a bullet narrowly missing her head as she fled down a corridor in the hotel.
The couple, from Halifax, said they found the lighting of the candles “moving”.
“It’s helped a little bit - I think this is maybe part of the ending. It will never be the ending but it has helped,” Mr Paciukanis said.
“It was my birthday that day so it will always be there,” Mrs Paciukanis added.
Huddersfield woman Debbie Horsfall was another of the survivors.
She was on holiday with friend Ellie Makin when the kilelr sruck.
On her retrun home she said: “It was terrifying. While I was still hiding I spoke to my dad on the phone. It was awful because there was nothing he could do and we were both upset.
“We were trying to keep quiet so the gunmen didn’t hear us. I had lost my friend but we were in contact on our phones.”
Debbie and Ellie were lying on sun beds on the beach next to the hotel when the gunman pulled a weapon from an umbrella beside them.