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Kate Middleton brings flowers to memorial for murdered Brit Sarah Everard

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Kate Middleton paid a visit Saturday to a memorial site for Sarah Everard, the London woman murdered last week when she was walking home from a friend’s apartment.

The Duchess of Cambridge made an unannounced stop at Clapham Common bandstand, to add a bouquet to the memorial there.

Kensington Palace said Middleton “wanted to pay her respects to the family and to Sarah,” SkyNews reported. “She remembers what it was like to walk around London at night before she was married.”

Everard’s murder has set off a new round of reckoning for Brits over the safety of women.

Organizers had hoped to hold a vigil for women’s safety at the site of the memorial later Saturday, but they were denied a permit because of the pandemic. London residents are instead being urged to shine a light on their doorsteps at 9:30 p.m.

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton pays her respects at the vigil setup to honor Sarah Everard in the UK on March 13, 2021.
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton pays her respects at the vigil setup to honor Sarah Everard in the UK on March 13, 2021.
Frankie McCamley/ITV News

Earlier Saturday, Wayne Couzens, 48, a police officer who patrolled embassies in London, made his first appearance in court. He is charged with kidnapping and murder in Everard’s death.

Well-wishers hold a minute's silence as they gather at a band-stand where a planned vigil in honour of murder victim Sarah Everard was cancelled after police outlawed it due to Covid-19 restrictions, on Clapham Common, south London on March 13, 2021.
Well-wishers hold a minute’s silence as they gather at a band-stand where a planned vigil in honor of murder victim Sarah Everard was canceled after police outlawed it due to Covid-19 restrictions, on Clapham Common, south London on March 13, 2021.
Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

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