Almost three weeks on from the Westminster terror attack which left five victims dead and more than 50 injured, thousands lined the streets to bid a final farewell to PC Keith Palmer who was murdered during the attack.
On Monday April 10, thousands joined the 48-year-old police constable's family for his funeral.
The husband and father was stabbed to death by Khalid Masood as the officer was outside the Houses of Parliament on March 22.
PC Palmer's coffin travelled along 2.6 miles of the capital's streets on its journey from the Palace of Westminster to Southwark Cathedral.
The hearse of the Metropolitan Police constable was topped with with a floral tribute reading "No 1 Daddy".
Friends and members of the police officer's family, including his wife and child, followed in black cars.
The procession was led by the Metropolitan Police Colour Party and a Black Escort of mounted officers before the coffin was carried into Southwark Cathedral by colleagues and friends.
A flypast and aerial salute was also performed by two National Police Air Service helicopters.
The Metropolitan Police said more than 5,000 officers from forces across the country were expected to line the route and a two minute silence was observed at 2pm.
Getwestlondon was filming live at the procession and readers have been paying respects on Facebook.
Eileen Morey wrote: "God bless you sir.
"A fine man doing the most difficult of jobs.
"May you rest in peace and your family will only know pride when they think of you."
Tina Tomkins said: "RIP you will not be forgotten forever in our hearts."
Lyn Smith commented: "Rip to all that lost their lives."
Other tributes included:
The cathedral service was led by the Dean of Southwark, the Very Reverend Andrew Nunn and was followed by a private cremation.
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