A church was packed out on Friday as friends and family gathered to say their farewells to six children who died in a fire at their house.
Hundreds gathered at St Mary's Church in Derby for the service for Jade and her five brothers Duwayne, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden, who were said to have doted on each other.
The childrens' bodies arrived at the church in individual horse-drawn carriages. Many tributes were paid to them during the service, where friends spoke of how they looked after each other and took on various roles such as "protector" and "mother hen".
Crowds gathered outside Derby city centre, while inside the 350-seat church was packed to capacity, with many standing through the 90-minute service.
The children's parents Mick and Mairead Philpott were understood not to be at the funeral. They have been charged with their children's murder following the blaze at the family home in Allenton on May 11. They will go on trial charged with six counts of murder next January.