This year's event will be especially significant, as it marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
The 97-year-old officially retired from royal duties in May 2017 but he did attend last year’s service in Whitehall.
Along with the Queen, the pair watched the war memorial from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office balcony.
Following the ceremony, many noted that Philip was "unsteady" and appeared to be leaning on the wall for most of the ceremony.
Earlier this week, the Duke of Edinburgh was spotted as he took his horse out for a ride in the grounds of Windsor.
He was seen riding solo at the front of his carriage, with two stable-women sat behind.