Most of the D-Day veterans are sadly no longer with us but this past weekend has seen commemorations with some of the few more survivors. All photos from BBC, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Getty Images, AP.
A Paris Guard of Honour escorts The Queen down the Champs Elysees in Paris
The Queen is the only state leader who served during WW2 and here she is laying a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Paris
A number of events were also held in Portsmouth which was the Headquarters for D-Day planning including a Drumhead ceremony, commemorations and a special flypast by the Red Arrows acrobatic team.
The Red Arrows perform a fly-by and stunt-show at Portsmouth, the D-Day Headquarters.
Flags of the U.K. and U.S. are flown on the south coast of England.
A British D-Day veteran visits the grave of his friend, killed 70 years ago today.
Cyril Ager on the beach full of Union Flag memorials.
Red Arrows Tribute at Portsmouth.
A great photo by Hutton (Daily Mail) of 89 year old Jock Hutton the only survivor of the 13th Battalion Parachute Regiment who completed an assisted parachute jump saluting Prince Charles
As veterans and royalty look on, a Spitfire and Lancaster fly over Pegasus Bridge.
One last kiss for a British veteran by the French lady he helped liberate who lives in the building in the background at Pegasus Bridge.
A small part of the big naval re-enactment as Royal Marines and Dutch Marines storm the beaches.
President Obama and the New Zealand Consulate General help the 88 year old Queen down the steps to the photo shoot (Putin no-mates stands to one side).
All photos from BBC, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Getty Images, AP Press.