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The emotional crowds threw white roses in the path of the gun carriage that carried Lady Thatcher through the capital, while many of the 2,300 inside St Paul's openly sobbed with Chancellor George Osborne 'overwhelmed'.
Outside on the streets, the predicted protests and disorder failed to materialise, with the few boos drowned out by supporters' applause.
As Big Ben once again started to chime after the 11am service, the procession started its final journey. At exactly 4.30pm, the coffin bearing grocer’s daughter Margaret Hilda Roberts, who rose to become Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, arrived at Mortlake crematorium. Her ashes are due to be interred at the Royal Hospital Chelsea next to those of her beloved husband Denis, who died in 2003.