Mandela Memorial Attracts Obamas, Royalty

VIDEO: Four American presidents are among those joining South Africa in saying goodbye to Mandela.
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President Barack Obama and the United Kingdom's Prince Charles and Prime Minister David Cameron are only a few of the famous faces and world leaders who will travel to South Africa today to honor Nelson Mandela.

The former president and liberator of South Africa, celebrated for helping to end apartheid, died last Thursday evening at the age of 95.

More than 50 presidents, 15 prime ministers and nine royals, including kings, princes and queens, are expected attend the service, which will be held at the FNB soccer stadium today. Hundreds of thousands of South Africans are also expected to attend.

Here's who you can expect to see at the service:

President Barack Obama - United States of America

Prince Charles - United Kingdom

Prime Minister David Cameron - United Kingdom

President Francois Hollande - France

King Philippe - Belgium

President Raul Castro Ruz - Cuba

President Mamnoon Hussain - Pakistan

Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz al-Saud - Saudi Arabia

Prince Felipe de Borbon - Spain

Princess Victoria - Sweden

Prince Federick - Denmark

Queen Rania al Abdullah - Jordan

Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour - Jordan

President Robert Mugabe - Zimbabwe

Grand Duke Henri - Luxembourg

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