PRINCE Harry joined the loved ones of 30 Britons, including two from Corsham, who were killed in Tunisian terror attacks on Tuesday at a memorial service at Westminster Abbey.

John Welch, 74, from Corsham, and Eileen Swannack, 73, of Biddestone, were killed in the terrorist attack on June 26 last year at Port El Kantaoui.

The couple, who had been together for eight years, were regular visitors to the beach resort of Sousse in Tunisia and died in the shooting that killed 38 people.

Prime Minister David Cameron and Prince Harry both read Bible passages at the afternoon service, before a 900-strong congregation, conducted by the Dean of Westminster, Reverend Dr John Hall.

The Royal also laid a wreath at the innocent victims’ memorial on behalf of the Queen as he joined survivors and families that were affected by the 2015 atrocity.

The separate attack at a museum in Tunis in March 2015, which killed 22 people, one of which was a UK tourist, was also part of the memorial.

The circular stone and slate memorial, where the memorial took place, was unveiled by the Queen in 1998 to remember victims of war and oppression