THERESA May and Jeremy Corbyn have stood to remember the fallen in World War One in London.
The PM and Labour boss stood together in Westminster to mark 100 years since the guns fell silent in Europe.
The nation stood silent for two minutes at 11am today to remember the brave soldiers who gave their lives for peace.
The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge were seen from the balcony of the Foreign Office looking over the solemn scene this morning. And Meghan was seen at a separate balcony too, paying her respects.
Prince Charles laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of his mother for the second year in a row, as Princes Harry and William also laid tributes to the war dead, while in full military uniform.
As the country comes together to remember the ending of World War One – which claimed the lives of 40 million – members of the royal family are set to pay tribute to those involved in the fight.
Today marks 100 years since the signing of the treaty which ended the battle on the Western Front at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.
In an especially poignant moment, Big Ben, which has been silent since renovations to the Elizabeth Tower began in August last year, will strike at 11 o’clock.
And separately Donald Trump, Vladmir Putin and other leaders joined Emmanuel Macron in Paris for a special service at the Arc de Triomphe.
President Putin gave President Trump a thumbs up as they met, and the US leader flashed him a huge grin in return.
The two world leaders patted each other as the smiled and exchanged a warm handshake.
The US President’s attendance comes just one day after he dropped out of attending the Remembrance Day visit to Aisne-Marne American Cemetery as the White House claimed the weather had created “logistical difficulties” with the Marine One helicopter.