The nation fell silent on Sunday to honour those that died in battle as King Charles III led a shifting Remembrance Day service.
A two-minute silence took place across the UK at 11am to commemorate the tip of the First World War and different conflicts involving British and Commonwealth forces.
Wreaths have been laid by members of the royal household, senior politicians and dignitaries on the Cenotaph in London.
Thousands of individuals braved drizzly climate and descended on Whitehall for the service, many arriving hours early to get a great place.
Other services took place across the UK, together with in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, and Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.