The Duchess of Cambridge has joined members of the public paying their respect to Sarah Everard, laying flowers at a memorial site on Clapham Common today (March 13th).
Kensington palace released a statement saying that Kate "wanted to pay her respects to the family and to Sarah".
"She remembers what is was like to walk around London at night before she was married," the palace added.
The duchess was filmed observing the memorial site alongside other people paying their respects to Sarah, her family and friends at Clapham Common's bandstand today, which was covered with bouquets of flowers, cards, and candles.
Sarah, 33, disappeared on March 3rd on her walk home from Clapham to Brixton, and her body was discovered in woodland in Kent on Friday (March 12th).
A vigil for marketing executive Sarah was planned by Reclaim the Streets in Clapham Common tonight (Saturday, 13th March) which has been cancelled by the Met Police who say it breaches lockdown restrictions - despite the group's attempts to work with police to make sure the vigil could go ahead safely.
Instead, people are being encouraged by organisers to shine a light on their doorstep at 9.30pm.
A fundraiser for women's charities in commemoration of Sarah Everard has been organised by Reclaim the Streets and has raised £200,000 since it was launched this morning.
Wayne Couzens, a serving Metropolitan Police officer has appeared in court today (March 13th) charged with the kidnap and murder of Sarah.
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