Today, The Queen was joined by King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands at the Cenotaph for the traditional Remembrance Sunday ceremony.
Just before 11am, the Royal party filed out onto the Cenotaph, where hundreds of people were waiting to see the service and remember the fallen.
A silence followed a 11am, with Big Ben marking the beginning of the sielnce, booming across a quietened London. The Last Post played to end the silence.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands joined Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Sir Tim Lawrence on the balcony of the Foreign Office to watch the service.
King Willem Alexander also laid a wreath after The Queen, at the invite of Her Majesty to mark 70 years since the liberation of the Netherlands in WWII.
Prince Harry laid the Prince of Wales’ feathers wreath, as Prince Charles is currently in New Zealand. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh also laid a wreath, along with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, The Princess Royal, The Duke of Kent and senior politicians, including David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn.
Willam-Alexander wore a British poppy for the occasion, while Harry wore his poppy on his hat, and The Queen held her poppies with one of Queen Victoria’s bow brooches.
Prince William then went to Horse Guards Parade to take the salute from veterans, as they marched through London.