As King Charles III was crowned and members of the Armed Forces took part in the largest military ceremonial event in 70 years, the head of the Army offered "our most loyal greetings" to Their Majesties the King and the Queen.
In a post on Twitter, Chief of the General Staff General Sir Patrick Sanders said: "On behalf of the British Army, I offer a message of our most loyal greetings to Their Majesties the King and the Queen on the occasion of their coronation.
"At the heart of the pageantry, celebration and splendour of the coronation is a bond between the monarch and the nation – a bond of service that lasts a lifetime.
"A bond that epitomises His Majesty’s dedication to his subjects."
The head of the Army went on to say that the relationship between the sovereign and the British Army is "defined by service".
He added: "At its heart is the solemn oath taken by every soldier to defend the nation against His Majesty's enemies; to follow his example of selfless commitment and devotion to duty.
"The British Army's allegiance to our monarch is the thread that links the traditions of our past to the actions and dedication of our soldiers in the present. It is central to why we serve and it is etched into the soul of our Army.
"Therefore – like all of His Majesty's soldiers – I am exceptionally proud to be able to say: God Save The King."
More than 9,000 members of the UK Armed Forces were deployed in ceremonial and supporting roles for the coronation.
Of the 7,000 members of the military taking part in the ceremonial side of the coronation, close to 4,000 were from the British Army.