Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry Attend Service of Hope for London Terror Victims

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They will meet with the victims' families.

Remembering and bringing hope. The royals stepped out on Wednesday for a special candlelit service at Westminster Abbey honoring the victims of last month’s terror attacks in London.

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Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry all attended the Service of Hope at the London landmark where William and Kate tied the knot in 2011.

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For the solemn occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a black and white printed coat and matching hat, and her husband and brother-in-law sported matching black suits.

Ahead of the service, Prince William laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial outside of the Abbey a short distance from where the attacks took place.

On March 22, a driver plowed through people on the popular Westminster Bridge, killing three, before fatally stabbing a police officer outside the Houses of Parliament. The terrorist was then shot and killed by police.

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During the moving multi-faith service, Prince William read scripture aloud for the crowded church, which was estimated to have around 2,000 attendees.

For more from the royals, watch the clip below.