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In Pictures: Couple's funeral

Mourners leaving Llandaff Cathedral

Mourners gathered in Cardiff to remember Ben and Catherine Mullany who were murdered on their honeymoon in the Caribbean in July

Ben and Catherine Mullany wedding photograph

The couple were shot while honeymooning on Antigua. This picture of the couple on their wedding day was released by their families on the morning of the service.

Archbishop of Wales leaving Llandaff Cathedral

The service at Llandaff Cathedral was led by the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan (pictured), and the Reverend Martyn Perry, rector of Cilybebyll, who married the couple.

Duchess of York arriving at Mullany funeral service

The Duchess of York read WB Yeats's poem He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven at the service.

Duchess of York

Sarah Ferguson met the families of Ben and Catherine Mullany while on a plane to Antigua.

Ben Mullany's brother Adam and the duchess walked out of the cathedral with a picture of the couple.

Ben Mullany's brother Adam and the duchess walked out of the cathedral with a picture of the couple.

The Archbishop of Wales Dr Barry Morgan

Dr Barry Morgan estimated that up to 900 people had attended the service.

Det Ch Insp Danny Richards

Following the service, Det Ch Insp Danny Richards of South Wales Police said the families had been overwhelmed by the support they had received.

Standard bearers

Standard bearers led the mourners out of the cathedral after the service.

Friends and family of the couple come out of Llandaff Cathedral at the end of the funeral.

Friends and family of the couple come out of Llandaff Cathedral at the end of the funeral.



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