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This is how the Royal Family honoured fallen servicemen yesterday

 Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attend a service marking the centenary of WW1 armistice at Westminster Abbey

A special service was held at Westminster Abbey on Sunday evening to mark one hundred years of Armistice since World War One. The Queen was joined by other members of the Royal Family at the service. 

Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan at Westminster Abbey

Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan at Westminster Abbey 

Queen Elizabeth II was joined by several members of the Royal Family yesterday at Westminster Abbey where a special service was held in honour of Remembrance Sunday. The service was held after the Royal Family appeared at the Cenotaph to honour Great Britain's war heroes.

Queen Elizabeth II with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge during the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at the Cenotaph

Queen Elizabeth II with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge during the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at the Cenotaph 

Prince Charles lays a wreath on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II during the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at The Cenotaph

Prince Charles lays a wreath on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II during the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at The Cenotaph 

During the special service, the Queen lay flowers on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior and Prince Charles read a passage from the bible. 

Prince William and Duchess Catherine leave after attending a service marking the centenary of WW1 armistice at Westminster Abbey

Prince William and Duchess Catherine leave after attending a service marking the centenary of WW1 armistice at Westminster Abbey 

The Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Duke  and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Prince Michael of Kent also attended the service, which was led by The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster, also included an Address by The Archbishop of Canterbury.