From all-out Normandy reenactments, to a visit by Britain's Queen Elizabeth with French President Hollande, the schedule ahead of the 70th anniversary of D-Day landings is packed with events. Gavino Garay reports.
REPORTER: It's a dramatic day on the beaches of Portsmouth, England. Here, British and Dutch troops are performing a reenactment of World War Two's Normandy landings. This, a day ahead of the 70th anniversary of D-Day landings. In Normandy, France itself, WWII buffs aren't missing out on an opportunity to seize the day -- and the beach. They're paying tribute to the soldiers who landed on these shores 70 years ago. Meanwhile, Prince Charles visited power boats used in the D-Day landings, and met with veterans.
GLIDER PILOT VETERAN SAYING: "I can't believe what's going on here! All these people it's amazing look at them all, everybody. I mean, we were just doing what we were told, and that was it."
REPORTER: He also laid a wreath next to the iconic Pegasus Bridge. In Paris, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, greeted by French President François Hollande, laid a wreath at the tomb on the unknown soldier. June 6 will commemorate the 1944 seaborne invasion that helped speed up the defeat of Nazi Germany.