British and Dutch royals and UK Prime Minister David Cameron laid wreaths on Remembrance Sunday (8 November) to pay tribute to those fallen during the First and Second World Wars and other conflicts.
After observing one minute's silence and listening to the Last Post, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II started the wreath-laying service at London war memorial, The Cenotaph. King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands laid a wreath, after being invited by the Queen to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of his country following the end of the Second World War. Princes Harry and William, Cameron and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn followed suit.
Veterans and those attending the ceremony wore poppies to remember those fallen, with more ceremonies taking place across the country. The question of whether Jeremy Corbyn would wear a red poppy was answered after he was seen wearing one at Saturday (7 November) night's Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall.