The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Royal Family on Sunday as the nation marks Remembrance day.
Prince William and Kate will pay their respects at the Cenotaph as The Queen leads the nation in remembering those who have died fighting for our country.
The Queen, Prince Philip and Prince William will all lay wreaths at the service on Sunday morning, while Prince Harry will also attend to represent his father, Prince Charles, who is currently on a tour of India with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Joining The Queen and her family will be politicians, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband.
Sunday’s service follows a week of engagements honouring those who have died fighting for this country.
On Thursday morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge surprised commuters at High Street Kensington Tube station, when they arrived to speak to London Poppy Appeal volunteers.
William and Kate arrived on a 1960s Routemaster Bus after holding a reception for staff and volunteers at Kensington Palace.
The new parents spent time speaking to the caring individuals who offer generous amounts of their time and during the visit the Duchess revealed she had been taking flying lessons.
Prince Philip and grandson Prince Harry, also paid their respects on Thursday as they visited the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey, on a rare joint engagement.
The royal pair, who have both served in the armed forces, laid a Cross of Remembrance in front of two wooden crosses to honour the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers of the First and Second World Wars.