Boris Johnson took a photo with veterans, before joining politicians and members of the royal family for today’s Remembrance Sunday ceremony.

While he smiled and welcomed veterans to 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister gave us a peek at his personalized phone cover.

These scenes were just seconds before the PM joined royal members to lay a wreath on the Cenotaph at Whitehall. There was also hundreds of veterans and military personnel gathered around the memorial.  

Johnson stated earlier today that the day is a time to “come together and remember those who sacrificed all in service to our country” as he joined Sir Keir Sternmer, Labour leader, for this poignant service.  

Boris Johnson showed off his phone cover, which appeared to show his son Wilfred and dog Dilyn, as he posed for a selfie with veterans at 10 Downing Street today

Boris Johnson showed his cover phone, which appeared show Wilfred’s son and Dilyn his dog, while he snapped a picture with veterans at Downing Street.

An assortment of former prime ministers gathered behind Johnson. Theresa May, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown also paid their respects.  

At the memorial, wreaths were also placed by the Prince of Wales and Earl of Wessex, as well as the Princess Royal, Prince Philip, Prince William, Prince George, Prince Charles, and Prince Edward.

The Queen had to cancel the ceremony because of a back injury.

Buckingham Palace claimed that the monarch of 95 was disappointed to have missed the event and made it with ‘great regret’.

Queen Elizabeth planned to attend Sunday’s Remembrance Day service at London’s Cenotaph. It would have been the first time she had attended a public event since last month, when her health was compromised.

According to the doctors, it is not believed that Queen Elizabeth’s back strain is related to her recent recommendation to rest.

Buckingham Palace stated that the Queen had strained her back and decided today with deep regret to not attend today’s Remembrance Sunday Service, at Cenotaph.

“Her Majesty regrets that she won’t be able to attend the service.

“As in the past, Her Majesty will receive a wreath from Prince of Wales.

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Today, Prince Charles, who is 73 years old, placed the first wreath for the queen after Royal Marine buglers made the sound of ‘The Last Post.’ This was the same thing he did since 2017.

Boris Johnson joined Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer for the poignant service at the Cenotaph in Whitehall today

Boris Johnson was joined by Sir Keir Sternmer, Labour leader, for today’s poignant Cenotaph service in Whitehall

The Prime Minster laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall as hundreds of military personnel and veterans lined up around the memorial

As hundreds of veterans and military personnel gathered around the Cenotaph, the Prime Minister laid a wreath.

The PM said the day was a moment to 'come together to remember those who sacrificed everything in service of our country'

The PM said the day was a moment to ‘come together to remember those who sacrificed everything in service of our country’ 

Boris Johnson stands with former Prime Ministers Theresa May and David Cameron

Boris Johnson is pictured with David Cameron and Theresa May, former prime ministers

Boris Johnson lays a wreath during the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph

Boris Johnson places a wreath at the Cenotaph’s Remembrance Sunday Service.

Service personnel were present at the Cenotaph Ceremony and wished Queen Be Happy.

May Percival, Lance Corporal: “My heart breaks for her and her family. She deserves the very best.

Stephen Andor, RAF Nurse Officer said that he wished her all the best. She has strong links with the military. The head of the Armed Forces is she. She is the head of all the armed forces, and I believe that everyone in her military family wishes her well. 

Today, the minister at St Giles Cathedral Reverend Calum McLeod spoke out on Binyon’s Lines.

Frank Ross, Lord Provost of Edinburgh City of Edinburgh laid his wreath on the Stone of Remembrance. Ms Sturgeon followed by Alison Johnstone MSP, Scottish Parliament Presiding Officer Alison Johnstone.

Micheal Martin from Ireland, was also present at the Enniskillen Remembrance Day Service.

Martin continued an old tradition of Enda Kenny’s former Taoiseach by participating in the Co Fermanagh event.

Michelle McIlveen (Northern Ireland Education Minister) joined him. 

Arlene Foster (former First Minister of Northern Ireland), attended the event as a private guest.

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