Faces of the world leaders, royals and dignitaries attending D-Day anniversary ceremony in Portsmouth

POLITICIANS, dignitaries and members of the Royal family will all be attending the commemorative D-Day ceremony in Portsmouth.

Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 8:00 am
D-Day 75 attendees

The Queen will be joined by the likes of the President of America, Prime Ministers from Commonwealth nations and many more. Here are the faces of those who are attending the event at Southsea Common on Wednesday.

Queen Elizabeth II is coming to Portsmouth
The Prince of Wales is attending the ceremony in Portsmouth

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Theresa May will attend the ceremony as one of her last acts as Prime Minister
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will attend the ceremony in Portsmouth despite reports he would snub it.
President Donald Trump is coming to the ceremony in Southsea as part of his State Visit to UK. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
U.S. first lady Melania Trump is also coming to Portsmouth on June 5.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is coming to Portsmouth along with the High Commissioner to the UK
French President Emmanuel Macron is attending the ceremony on Southsea Common
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is attending the D-Day 75 anniversary event in Portsmouth on June 5
Prime Minister Erna Solberg and Ambassador Wegger Christian Strømmen will be representing Norway at the D-Day ceremony in Southsea on June 5
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, second right, will be coming to Portsmouth for the D-Day anniversary ceremony
Governor-General, Dame Patsy Reddy, centre, will represent New Zealand at the D-Day ceremony in Portsmouth on Wednesday
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, left, will also attend the ceremony in Portsmouth.
Hundreds of D-Day veterans will also be attending the ceremony on Southsea Common, with 300 then sailing from Portsmouth to Normandy