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In Pictures: Britain shares the love on Armed Forces Day

Sky writing in the shape of a heart during the celebrations for National Armed Forces Day (Peter Byrne/PA) Photo: PA Wire/PA Images

The Prime Minister was joined by Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and the Princess Royal to mark Armed Forces Day in Llandudno, North Wales.

The 10th annual event saw regulars, reserves, their families and veterans gather in the seaside town.

Prime Minister Theresa May has visited Llandudno to mark National Armed Forces Day Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson Credit: left) joined Mrs May and her husband Philip (Peter Byrne/PA
The Princess Royal also attended the celebrations in the seaside town Credit: Peter Byrne/PA

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The PM was surrounded by confetti as she watched a parade Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
A parade along the promenade Credit: MoD
Mrs May met members of the Red Arrows, who performed a display Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
The Red Arrows take to the skies Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in the sky above Llandudno Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
The PM met families attending the celebrations Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
She also chatted to members of the Armed Forces Credit: Peter Byrne/PA
Craftsman Ian Pew, 31 from Wishaw, a Recovery mechanic for 153 Recovery Company, 102 Bn Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, crosses paths with Darth Vader during Armed Forces Day at Kings Park in Stirling Credit: MoD
A parachute display over Kings Park in Stirling Credit: MoD