Scores of people up and down the country fell silent, laid wreaths and remembered the fallen this Armistice Day.
Services were held all over, including at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire where Prince Harry led the proceedings by reading out a poem, The Soldier, written by the First World War poet Rupert Brooke.
Residents, their families and staff of the Erskine Home in Bishopton, Scotland, wrapped up warm as they gathered outside to watch war veterans lay down wreaths.
Over in Edinburgh, a piper played in the Remembrance Garden in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens.
In London, children threw poppies into the fountain in Trafalgar Square after a service to mark the day.
And in Croydon, an extra minute's silence was held for the victims of the recent tram crash.
Over on Twitter, people have been paying their respects using various hashtags which have been trending for most of the day...
... celebrities included.
And even animals.