The 65th anniversary of the World War II D-Day landings has been taking place in France. Prince Charles was among those present in Normandy.
Fredrick Norris, who served with the 5th Assault Regiment of the Armoured Engineers, paid his respects at the graves of fallen comrades.
A service of remembrance was held at the British cemetery in Bayeux for those who lost their lives on 6 June 1944 and in the days after.
Dignitaries including Prince Charles and French Prime Minister Francois Fillon attended a remembrance ceremony at Bayeux Cathedral.
The 65th anniversary will be the last time the British Normandy Veterans' Association visits France as a group, as its membership declines.
Wooden crosses with poppies were put in the sand at the landing site codenamed Sword Beach, used by British forces, at Langrune-sur-Mer.
US and French presidents Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy, and their first ladies Michelle Obama and Carla Bruni, left for a ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery.
Leaders arrived at the American Cemetery, at Colleville-sur-Mer, to attend a ceremony marking the D-Day landings in Normandy.
During a speech at the American Cemetery and Memorial, President Barack Obama said the world would never forget those who died on the beaches of Normandy.
On the beaches of Arromanches-les-Bains, different generations came together to remember the D-Day landings - and the sacrifices made - 65 years ago.
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