Hundreds of people have lined the streets of Thame, Oxfordshire to say goodbye to Robin Gibb, as his coffin travelled through the town.
The casket of the former Bee Gees singer was pulled along in a white, glass-sided carriage covered in red roses, by four black horses and draped with the flag of the Isle of Man, where the brothers were born.
Barry Gibb, the sole surviving member of the chart-topping group, followed the cortege, accompanied by Robin Gibb's sons and wife.
Gibb's beloved Irish wolfhounds, Ollie and Missy, also took part in the procession, walking along behind the carriage dressed with black bows around their necks.
Others in attendance included Sir Tim Rice, Uri Geller and Peter Andre.
At the request of the late singer, Bee Gees hit How Deep Is Your Love was scheduled to be the first song of the service.
Robin Gibb died on May 20, at the age of 62, after fighting colon cancer and pneumonia.