Huge crowds of people have paid their last respects to reality TV star Jade Goody as her funeral procession moved through the streets of London.
The 27-year-old died on Sunday 22 March after losing her battle with cancer.
Fans and well-wishers lined the streets to watch the procession move through Bermondsey in south London, where Jade grew up.
At one point, the procession paused and funeral director Barry Albin-Dyer released a single white dove to cheers and applause from the crowds.
Lots of people threw flowers onto the hearse as it made its way to St John's Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex.
Outside the church, large screens were put up so everyone who'd gathered there could watch the service.
Her husband Jack Tweed read a poem to his wife in church and said: "My life will never be the same without you by my side."
Jade lived her life in the spotlight after finding fame as a Big Brother contestant in 2002. When she died, she was one of the most recognisable people in the UK.
Her publicist Max Clifford said Jade became a princess in Bermondsey and then a queen in Essex. "This is a girl who was ordinary and extraordinary at the same time," he said.
After the service, which her family described as "a very Jade Goody event", the funeral procession moved to another location for a private burial.