John Rankin, the Governor, said: Bermudians fought with Allied Forces in both World Wars and we rightly honour their contribution each year on Remembrance Day in Bermuda.
Leaders from the main political parties took a break from the election campaign trail to join a crowd of thousands for the occasion on Whitehall in the heart of the capital.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex viewed the event from a separate balcony with the Countess of Wessex and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.
The four were reunited in public for the first time since the comments at the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday night.
Former prime ministers were also there. Prince Phillip who has also become too old to attend the ceremony (he turned 98 in June) had an equerry do it on his behalf.
More than 800 armed forces personnel congregated on Whitehall to form a hollow square around the Cenotaph.
The Cenotaph Remembrance Sunday is commemorating the United Kingdom fallen heroes of war.
The service was marked by a minute of silence at 11 am local time. The silence was broken by a single artillery blast and Royal Marines buglers sounding "The Last Post". Until Sunday, it was the Foreign Secretary who would lay a wreath on behalf of the UK Overseas Territories. They joined senior military leaders, faith community leaders and representatives of other Commonwealth nations.
Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales lays a wreath at the Cenotaph during the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph on Whitehall in central London, on November 10, 2019. The Duchess looked to be in good spirits, as she arrived at the prestigious venue, after she had to cancel her attendance at a gala dinner to mark the 200-year anniversary of Prince Albert's birth on Wednesday and had to miss visiting the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey with Harry and Meghan on Thursday, due to a chest infection, Clarence House said.