Heroes of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force have been honoured at this year's glitzy and glamorous Military Awards ceremony.
Celebrities from TV, music and sport made their way in their best suits and frocks to The Millies red carpet to support our Armed Forces.
WATCH LIVE from the red carpet below...
Forces Network caught up with the celebrity guests and winners as we followed the events of the evening in our live feed here with updates by our correspondents from the red carpet and forces.net updates throughout the night.
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The annual award ceremony, affectionately known as The Milles and hosted by The Sun newspaper, is designed to highlight the heroism and sacrifice of our Armed Forces during conflict and peace.
Awards will be presented for the following categories:
- Hero at Home (individual)
- Hero at Home (unit)
- Best Reservist
- Overcoming Adversity
- Hero Overseas (individual)
- Hero Overseas (unit)
- Inspiring Others
- Innovation Award
- Support to the Armed Forces
Actress Emily Atak and presenter Nick Knowles attended the ceremony fresh from the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here jungle as they joined a host of other celebrity guests.
Rugby star Thom Evans, Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes, SAS: Who Dares Wins Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and many more including host Lorraine Kelly were also among the audience at the glittering event at London’s Banqueting House, in Whitehall, as a line-up of Armed Forces heroes received honours for their amazing acts of service, self-sacrifice, innovation and other acts of heroism.
Listen to The Millies on Forces Radio BFBS and watch it on Forces TV at 9pm on Wednesday, December 19.
You can also catch up on the events of the evening here as we chatted to guests with updates from the red carpet and read about the amazing stories behind each of the winners.
We hope you enjoyed our live feed throughout the evening.
Cover Photo: Prime Minister Theresa May attends The Millies in 2017 / © Crown Copyright