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This is the tear-jerking moment a schoolgirl was reunited with her Royal Navy officer dad at a concert dedicated to servicemen and women.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg's wife Miriam and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, could be seen wiping away a tear as the father and daughter left the stage together.
Last night's festival, organised by the Royal British Legion, featured stories of those who had served in conflicts past and present.
One particularly emotional moment came when the bereaved families of servicemen and women who had lost their loved ones marched silently into the hall.
It followed a short video that was played to the 4,000-strong audience, showing the mother of Lance Corporal James Ashworth, 23, speaking of her loss.
Megan, from Stirling, told the audience gathered at the Royal Albert Hall how sad she was that her father, Lieutenant Commander Billy Adams, would not see her singing at the festival.
She was not expecting to see her dad for another three months as he has been serving with the Royal Navy in the Seychelles as part of an anti-piracy task force.
But after the Poppy Girls' performance, host Huw Edwards told Megan he had a surprise for her.
As Lt Cdr Adams walked down the steps towards his daughter, she burst into tears and shouted: "Daddy! The audience rose to their feet to applaud the special moment, with the Queen smiling broadly and looking pleasantly surprised as she exchanged comments with Philip and Anne.
The soldier, from Corby, Northamptonshire, was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross in recognition of his courage while serving with the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards in Helmand province last year.
The citation mentioned his "total disregard for his own safety" in ensuring a grenade was posted accurately in the battle against an insurgent.
His mother Kerry, who led the bereaved along with her son Coran, also a serving soldier, said in the clip: "He was just such a good lad.