The widow and son of murdered soldier Lee Rigby laid wreaths to mark Armistice Day.
As the UK fell silent to remember the nation's war dead, Jack Rigby and his mother Rebecca attended a service at St George's Chapel in Woolwich where Fusilier Rigby's name is engraved on a brass plaque.
A handwritten note on a wreath laid by his son Jack read: "To daddy, me and mummy miss and always love you."
Rigby's mother Lyn had to "fight really hard" to get a memorial for her murdered son installed close to the site where he died, the soldier's grandparents said.
Raymond and Yvonne Bonnett told ITV News' Paul Davies that it was "wonderful" that the family could finally visit a memorial bearing their grandson's name.
"It is so much better having something like this to come to rather than just laying flowers at the roadside," Mrs Bonnett said.
The 25-year-old soldier was run over and hacked to death outside the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich in May 2013.
His killers, Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, were jailed for life and 45 years respectively.