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Tuesday, 9 April, 2002, 17:18 GMT 18:18 UK
Picture gallery: Mourners at funeral
The Queen Mother's funeral has taken place in London with political and royal dignitaries from around the world paying their last respects.

Tony Blair and his wife Cherie Blair
Tony Blair and his wife Cherie arrived an hour before the service started

Former PM Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher was one of three former Conservative prime ministers at the service

John Howard
Australian Prime Minister John Howard was among mourning heads-of-state, many from the Commonwealth

David Trimble
Northern Ireland First Minister David Trimble was among politicians from the nations

Sarah Ferguson
The Duchess of York's daughters, princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, arrived later with the royal party

The congregation at Westminster Abbey as the Queen Mother's coffin is brought in for the service
A contingent of 25 members of royal families from across Europe were among the congregation

Camilla Parker Bowles talks to other mourners after the funeral
Camilla Parker Bowles was invited to the funeral by the Queen



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