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Queen Elizabeth II leads members of the royal family as the nation pays their respects to the lives lost in combat during the Remembrance Sunday service in Whitehall, London. The centenary service marked 100 years since the First World War.
Queen Elizabeth II leads the nation in a two minute silence to remember our lost heroes during the annual Remembrance Sunday service.
The Duchess of Cambridge covered up her pregnancy bump with a stylish Alexander McQueen coat as she paid her respects alongside The Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex at The Cenotaph memorial in Whitehall, London, during the annual Remembrance Sunday service.
Her Majesty The Queen and her grandson Prince William head The Cenotaph memorial in Whitehall, London where the Remembrance Sunday service was held to mark the First World War.
The Duke Of Cambridge was smartly dressed as he headed to the sunday service with fellow members of the royal family.
Visitors have been able to view the stunning art installation, 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by Paul Cummins at the Tower of London, marking the centenary of the First World War.
The sea of ceramic poppies mark 100 years since the First World War. Similarly it's also been 70 years since the D-Day landings, and the year Britain ended its combat role in Afghanistan after 13 years of fighting.
The Prince of Wales talks to church officials as he made an appearance at the Welsh Guards Remembrance Sunday Service at Wellington Barracks in London.
The royal looked solemn as he participated stood before the Cenotaph memorial in Whitehall, London.
The 30-year-old royal led Remembrance Day tributes with British troops in Afghanistan which was set to be the last service involving the UK forces after news they will be withdrawn from combat.
Prince Harry left an emotional hand written message on his wreath which read: "There is no greater love than to lay down one's life for one's friends".