The funeral has taken place of a one-year-old girl who tragically died when a parked car rolled into a wall, which then collapsed on top of her.
Pearl Melody Black died when the Range Rover's brakes failed and rolled down a steep driveway in Heolgerrig, near Merthyr Tydfil.
The collapsed wall struck and killed the toddler, who was walking past with her father and younger brother, Acer.
Today a horse-drawn carriage left the family home before arriving at Jerusalem Baptist Church, Pentrebach, where the funeral service took place.
Mourners wore black adorned with pink roses and pearls in her memory as they paid their respects to the toddler.
During the service, Pearl's father, Paul Black, said the death of his "beautiful, funny, clever" daughter has left an "immeasurable hole" in the family's lives.
The tragedy happened half a mile from the family's home while they visited Pearl's grandparents.
Her eight-month-old brother Acer was also injured in the incident.
They were both taken to Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, where tragically Pearl was pronounced dead.
Forensic experts are examining the vehicle to find out the cause of the failed brakes. Jaguar Land Rover have confirmed they will co-operate as the investigation continues.
An inquest into Pearl's death is due to resume in October.