Why was the Queen wearing five poppies at Remembrance Day events?

As she took her seat for the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall, all eyes were on the Queen and the five poppies she wore on left shoulder.

Nation salutes the fallen

A nation fell silent and the Queen watched on, alone but not alone. As Britain marked the centenary of the Armistice yesterday, 100 years to the moment after the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War, the woman who for more than six decades has led the nation’s act of remembrance at the

The Great War centenary has been a poignant and dignified nationwide endeavour

A National Service of Remembrance has been held at the Cenotaph in Whitehall since 1920;

Harry and Meghan go back to work

A pregnant Meghan Markle has joined the royal family at two ceremonies in London, but one senior royal was noticeably absent.

10,000 march in London to thank those who gave their lives in First World War

More than 10,000 people have marched past the Cenotaph today in thanks to those who gave their lives in the First World War. The 'People's Procession' marked the centenary of...

Thousands take part in ‘people’s procession’ to honour war dead on Remembrance Day

Thousands of people have marched in a “people’s procession” through central London to honour Britain’s fallen soldiers on the 100th centenary of the end of the First World War. Around 10,000 members of the public passed the Cenotaph war monument, where senior members of the royal family, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn placed wreaths earlier on Sunday. 

First time a representative from Germany has taken part in UK’s remembrance service.

Armistice Day: 10,000 march past Cenotaph in national thank you to the WWI fallen

Thousands of people marched past the Cenotaph in central London to pay their own respects to the soldiers who fought in the First World War. For the first time, after the Royal Family and Commonwealth representatives laid their wreaths, 10,000 people were able to walk past the memorial and lay their

BRITAIN has come together to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War on Remembrance Sunday, with Prince Charles laying a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of the Queen.

10,000 join procession in 'nation's thank you' to WWI soldiers

Ten thousand people took part in a moving "People's Procession" in central London as a "nation's thank you" to World War One soldiers on the centenary of the Armistice. The procession marks the centenary of the armistice and is made up of descendants, family members and members of the public who won a ticket to the event in a ballot. Shortly after the conclusion of the Royal British Legion’s March Past the Cenotaph, participants gathered to walk from St James’ Park, down the Mall and past the Cenotaph.

Thousands take part in ‘people’s procession’ to honour war dead

Thousands of marchers have passed the Cenotaph for a “people’s procession” 100 years after Armistice Day.