The funeral is taking place today of Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson.
Mourners have gathered in Caversham to pay tribute to Mr Anderson who died at the age of 83-year-old last month.
A replica of Lady Penelope's pink Rolls Royce has arrived at the service.
Anderson, 83, died on Wednesday after suffering from dementia. You can read the tributes to him here.
"People can always sing the (Thunderbirds) theme tune or start walking around like puppets," the chairman of the Gerry Anderson appreciation society Fanderson has said, discussing the impact of his idol's most celebrated work.
Nick Williams told ITV News that Anderson's celebrated shows had a huge influence on both the TV industry and his widespread audience, even inspiring several generations of aerospace engineers.
– Matt Zimmerman, voice of Thunderbirds character Alan Tracy
You look at Thunderbirds - those puppets were doing things in the 1960s that we've only just invented now.
He [Gerry] was ahead of his time in everything.
Speaking to ITV in 2009, Gerry Anderson said he used humour and action to create television shows that both adults and children could enjoy.
VIDEO: This is a clip from an item filmed by Meridian at the launch of a lottery, set up in aid of a children's cancer charity. There is an interview with Gerry about the importance of helping children with the disease.
– Brian Blessed, speaking to BBC News
He had a tremendous knowledge of science.
He was child-like, and had a tremendous love of the universe, and astronomy.