On Sunday, the country observed a moment of silence to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in war, with King Charles III leading a heartfelt Remembrance Day ceremony.
At 11am, a two-minute period of silence was observed throughout the UK to honor the conclusion of the First World War and other conflicts involving British and Commonwealth troops.
At the Cenotaph in London, members of the royal family, high-ranking politicians, and distinguished individuals placed wreaths.
Numerous individuals braved the drizzly conditions and gathered at Whitehall for the event, with many arriving hours in advance to secure a prime location.
Additional services were held throughout the UK, including in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, and Enniskillen, located in Northern Ireland.