Jade Goody's coffin is carried out to her hearse from a funeral directors in Bermondsey, London, on Saturday morning. The procession then headed to Essex.
The funeral procession travels through Bermondsey, where the reality TV star grew up. Jade's two sons Bobby and Freddie weren't at the ceremony, reportedly at her request.
The funeral director releases a white dove during the hearse's procession through Bermondsey. The weather brightened up as the cars reached Essex, where they headed to Buckhurst Hill.
A number of the funeral cars displayed floral tributes, including 'Jade From Bermondsey' and 'East Angula'. Other floral tributes included a jar of Marmite.
The hearse passes through Loughton in Essex. Davina McCall, Jamelia and Antony Costa from Blue all turned up for the funeral, which featured a poem written and read by Goody's widower Jack Tweed.
Pallbearers, including Jack Tweed, carry the star's coffin into the churchyard of St John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, after stopping at her Upshire home.
Crowds turned up to watch the ceremony on giant screens outside the church. "I just always followed her since Big Brother," said Danielle from Croydon, "and I thought she was an amazing woman."
Jack Tweed's poem read: "My life will never be the same without you by my side, Grief almost too much to bear, pain difficult to hide. But when we look into the sky for the brightest star above, Bobby, me and Freddie will send you all our love."