The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have joined the families of Westminster terror attack victims at a multi-faith service.
Nearly 2,000 people gathered at Westminster Abbey for the Service of Hope. Witnesses and members of the emergency services involved in the response effort two weeks ago are among the congregation.
The Duke laid a wreath of spring flowers, including red and white roses and gerbera, at the Innocent Victims memorial outside the Abbey in central London as they arrived.
The royals were greeted by London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police Acting Commissioner Craig Mackey.