Leading political figures have arrived at St John the Evangelist church, near Fort William, for the funeral of former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy.
Former Lib Dem leaders Lord David Steel, Sir Menzies Campbell and Nick Clegg are among mourners attending the service, along with former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and ex-Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell, who was a close friend of Mr Kennedy's.
Both of Mr Kennedy's parents - who died in recent years, his father during the general election campaign - were laid to rest at the same church.
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