The Queen lays a wreath to honour all those who have died in conflict
Watford News 13th November 2016
A two-minute silence has been held to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Services are taking place across the country to honour all those who have died in conflict.
The Queen is leading the commemorations at the Cenotaph in London. Prime Minister Theresa May and other party leaders are also attending.
The Queen laid the first wreath, followed by the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales.
More than 700 soldiers, sailors and members of the RAF have lined Whitehall.
Detachments from units such as the Royal Marines, Household Cavalry and Royal Gurkha Rifles are flanking the stone memorial.