Remembrance Sunday Ceremony – Queen watches as her son lays the wreath. Watch Charles perform his first ‘King’ role.
It is the first time the Queen did not lay the wreath but instead watch from the Foreign Office’s balcony.
Millions across the country and the Commonwealth honoured those who lost their lives in conflict. They attended the ceremony at the Remembrance Sunday .
A two-minute silence held across the country and wreaths will be laid at memorials.
Prince Charles will attend the annual ceremony at the Cenotaph in London as Big Ben chimes at 11:00 GMT.
Whitehall packed with families, friends, relatives for the occasion.
At the Cenotaph on Whitehall, the Last Post will be played. Then the Prince of Wales lays the wreath.
The royals joined by Prime Minister Theresa May. Other senior politicians, religious leaders and dignitaries from around the Commonwealth.
The Queen looked frail as she watched from the Foreign Office balcony. And so did her husband the Duke of Edinburgh.
Duchess of Cornwall also watched from a balcony. Kate is due to have her third baby April next year.
Crowds filled Whitehall to take part in the ceremony. The second part of the day’s events was at Horseguards Parade. Scenes of tears
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