Her attendance at St Martin-In-The-Field church was in sharp contrast to President Barack Obama who did not appear to be commemorating American efforts to defeat the Japanese. Instead he chose to release a list of his favorite songs on the music website Spotify. A move that is likely be seen as disrespectful by veterans.
The President's Twitter account was silent for most of today, and he was reported to have been in Martha's Vineyard yesterday. At the same time, British Police were tightening security at the commemoration in London because of the terror threat from the Islamic State.
The concerns surrounded an undercover investigation by reported on Townhall earlier this week. Journalists from Sky News held discussions with a series of Islamic State terrorists, one of whom claimed a woman from Glasgow was ready to blow up today's event.