Today's All Under One Banner march in Glasgow took place under clouds and patches of rain, yet thousands of pro-indy activists took to the streets to demonstrate the need for an independent Scotland

People of all ages joined in, with images shared across social media – making #AUOBGlasgow the top trending tag on Twitter in Glasgow. 

Of course, some of those people marching were prominent figures in culture and politics, so here is a list of faces you might know who showed their support: 

Humza Yousaf

The National:

Scotland's justice minister led the march at the front. He was dressed for the weather and undeterred by the rain. 

Margaret Ferrier

The MP for Rutherglen & Hamilton West snapped some brilliant pictures of the Yes Penicuik team during the march. She also shared a picture of her taking a break with [in our opinion] the best Scottish newspaper.

George Adam and Tom Arthur 

SNP MSPs George Adam and Tom Arther joined the crowds as they promoted Scotland's independent future.

Philippa Whitford

Looking happy but wet, Philippa Whitford snapped a selfie of herself on the march.

David Linden

The MP for Glasgow East kept his smile despite the rather "dreich" weather.

Lesley Riddoch

Columnist at The National, Lesley Riddoch, took this footage of the independence marchers walking through the city centre. 

Martin Docherty-Hughes

SNP MP for West Dunbartonshire marched on despite the rain. 

Kirsten Oswald

MP for East Renfrewshire and SNP business convener, Kirsten Oswald stood out from the crowd with her yellow scarf and umbrella. 

Keith Brown

The depute leader of the SNP and MSP for the Clackmannanshire & Dunblane.

Patrick Grady and John Swinney

Glasgow North MP Patrick Grady met with the deputy first minister on the march. 

Who did you spot on the march? Comment below.