Remembrance Day in pictures

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The Royal Family Lay Wreaths At The Cenotaph On Remembrance Sunday
London observed a two-minute silence to remember those who gave thier lives (Source: Getty)

Remembrance Sunday was marked by a two-minute silence across the country as veterans, serving military personnel, politicians and royalty commemorated the fallen at services.

At the Cenotaph in Whitehall, the Queen led the service laying a wreath at the statue, with Princes William and Harry who have both served in the army also paying their respects in the parade along with other members of the Royal family.

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Politicians past and present, including Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn were in attendance to pay their respects, alongside huge crowds.

A two-minute silence was also observed on Friday, with many places across the country coming to a standstill.

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