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Pictures: Royal Family lead Remembrance Sunday events

The annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony has taken place at the Cenotaph in London.
The Cenotaph is a war memorial which was put in place at the end of World War One.
Cenotaph in LondonPA
Hundreds of war veterans attended the ceremony, to remember those who have died in war.
War veterans at CenotaphPA
At 11am the chimes of Big Ben were heard and a two minute silence was held. After the silence, a gun salute was fired.
Gun salute firedReuters
Prince Charles then laid a wreath on the memorial.
Prince Charles laying a wreath on the CenotaphAFP
For the first time the Queen did not lay a wreath. She watched instead from a balcony, alongside her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth and Duchess of Cornwall watching from balconyAFP
The royals were joined by Prime Minister Theresa May, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and other senior politicians.
Theresa May, John Major, Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Ian Blackford at CenotaphGetty Images
Prince Harry and Prince William stand behind their father at the Cenotaph.
Prince Harry and William stand behind their father at the Cenotaph.EPA
The Duchess of Cambridge and Countess of Wessex watched the ceremony from another balcony.
Duchess of Cambridge and Countess of Wessex watching from balconyPA
Every year, huge crowds make their way to the Cenotaph to be part of the ceremony and pay their respects.
Crowds at the CenotaphPA