Former member of Margaret Thatcher's Cabinet Lord Douglas Hurd has spoken of his fondest memory of the Conservative prime minister being during a trip to Paris while she was fighting for her political life against Michael Heseltine.
"She swept in to the bug Galerie de Glace at Versaille and she carried herself like a queen. She was amazing - showed all the courage which I will always remember her for."
Speaking about Baroness Thatcher's legacy Lord Hurd said:
"It'll take some time for people to fit her in to British history...she'll find her place in history."
The death of Baroness Thatcher dominates all of the UK newspaper front pages today.
Baroness Thatcher, who was Britain's prime minister for over a decade, has died today aged 87 after suffering a stroke, her family said.