In pictures: Baroness Thatcher's ceremonial funeral

Baroness Thatcher left Parliament for the last time as a hearse took her body from the crypt chapel of St Mary Undercroft. Credit: Sang Tan/WPA Rota/Press Association Images
Baroness Thatcher's coffin is carried out of St Celement Danes church and onto a waiting gun carriage. Credit: Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment
The Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines Portsmouth led the procession from St Clement Danes. Credit: David Jensen/EMPICS Entertainment
As the procession moved forward, a gun salute was fired at one-minute intervals. Credit: PA Wire
The carriage made its way at a pace of 70 steps per minute down The Strand, Temple Bar, Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill to St Paul's. Credit: Matt Dunham/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The route was lined by members of all three services in full ceremonial day dress. Credit: Joel Ryan/WPA Rota/Press Association Images
Lady Thatcher's coffin, draped in the Union flag, bore a large bouquet of white roses. Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh headed a list of dignitaries from around the world. Credit: Ben Stansall/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The cortege was met by a guard of honour from the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards at the West Steps of St Paul's. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Former US vice-president Dick Cheney attended the funeral of Baroness Thatcher. Credit: Olivia Harris/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger attended in a personal capacity. Credit: Christopher Furlong/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The route from St Clement Danes to St Paul's was lined by members of all three services. Credit: PA Wire
Lady Thatcher's former press spokesman Sir Bernard Ingham. Credit: Chris Jackson/PA Wire/Press Association Images
David Cameron and his wife Samantha attend Baroness Thatcher's funeral. Credit: Christopher Furlong/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Eight pall-bearers carried the coffin into St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: PA Wire
Sir Geoffrey Howe, Lady Thatcher's ex-chancellor, arrives at St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: PA Wire
Former Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and John Major sit alongside the serving Prime Minister David Cameron. Credit: Christopher Furlong/PA Wire/Press Association Images
A congregation of more than 2,300 guests gathered to pay their final respects. Credit: PA Wire
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and wife Cherie were among guests at the funeral. Credit: PA Wire
Former Cabinet Minister Lord Michael Heseltine leaves the ceremonial funeral. Credit: Chris Jackson/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Lady Thatcher's coffin, draped in the Union flag, is carried into St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: TEFAN WERMUTH/WPA Rota/Press Association Images
Margaret Thatcher's granddaughter Amanda delivers the first reading during the ceremony. Credit: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Baroness Thatcher was granted the honour of a ceremonial funeral at St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: PA Wire
George Osborne was moved to tears during the funeral service for Baroness Thatcher.
Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a reading during the ceremony. Credit: Christopher Furlong/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The Thatcher family watch as the coffin leaves St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: Doug Peters/Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
Actress Joan Collins leaves St Paul's Cathedral after the service. Credit: Olivia Harris/WPA Rota/Press Association Images
Baroness Thatcher's coffin leaves St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images