Distraught mother Rachel Henson blows kisses in a final farewell to her four children at their funeral in Ashbourne.
Ms Henson blew kisses towards each of the four coffins after the cortege arrived at St Oswald's church.
Tommy, Alisha, Rocco and Appolonia died in a fire at the family home in Hulland Ward on 24 January. Their coffins, two blue and two pink, were carried into the church by family and friends.
The Reverend Canon Geraldine Pond, who led the service, said she felt there had been a sense of community, love and support for the family and all those touched by the tragedy.
The service included a poem, read by a family member, and the hymn Lord of the Dance.
The children's mother had left a message of thanks in the window of the hairdressers she runs in Ashbourne.
About 500 mourners attended the service which lasted around 30 minutes.
After the service, the cortege left for a private burial at Ashbourne cemetery.
Inside St Oswald's church, some mourners added to a book of memories and prayers for the four siblings.
Toys and tributes also adorned the church.
Some people, many of them children, had added their messages to a friendship tree in the church.
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