Paige Jackson's family described her as a 'wonderful, kind person' and an 'amazing dancer' who had been looking forward to becoming a mum.
A mother's poem was read at the funeral of her four-year-old son Dylan from Kettering. He died last month after falling into the sea.
The funeral of Charlotte Blackman from Derbyshire, who was killed in a landslide in Dorset took place yesterday.
Children at Margaret Thatcher's old primary school in Grantham watch the funeral. A big screen has been put up in the classroom at Huntingtower Community Primary School.
As the hearse arrived at St Clement Danes, the coffin was taken into the church, ready to be transferred to a gun carriage to be taken to St Paul's.
Today, black ribbons adorn the portrait of Lady Thatcher in the museum as her funeral begins in London.
The rose has been named 'Grantham's Thatcher Rose' and will be positioned in the civic area at the Guildhall next to the book of condolences. It will be replanted in Wyndham Park in the future.
People are beginning to arrive at Grantham Museum to watch Baroness Thatcher's funeral on a big screen.The Iron Lady was born and educated in the Lincolnshire town and was always proud of her roots.Museum staff are expecting up to 100 people to attend the screening.
A tattoo artist from Lady Thatcher's hometown Grantham has paid a life-long tribute to the 'Iron Lady' by having her head tattooed on his leg.
Louis Maier aged 32 wanted to have the six-inch work of art on his right calf to honour her.
The unusual design features Baroness Thatcher's head sitting on an ice cream cone complete with a flake.
The Queen's former press secretary Dickie Arbiter told Daybreak that the Queen "can't win either way" whether she decided to go to Margaret Thatcher's funeral or not.
He said: She's criticised because she's going, in some quarters and she would have been highly criticised if she hadn't have gone.
"She's going because she wants to go because she wants to pay respects to somebody who was a Prime Minister for 11 years, some pretty turbulent years, we remember the Falklands war, we remember the industrial unrest, but we came out of it all.
"She's going there along with 2,000 other people to pay her respects."