Britain's royals, leaders take part in remembrance day
Nov 11, 2015 Prime Minister David Cameron along with British and Dutch royals recently paid tribute to fallen soldiers during World War One, World War Two and other conflicts.
After observing a minute silence and listening to the Last Post, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth started the wreath laying service at London war memorial.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander, Prince Harry and Prince William, Prime Minister Cameron and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn followed suite.
Veterans and attendees of the ceremony wore poppies to remember those fallen. Also several ceremonies were held across the country in honor of the fallen.