Sir David Frost's memorial service drew a who's who of actors, politicians, TV presenters and royalty to Westminster Abbey.
There were readings by Sir Michael Parkinson, BBC director general Tony Hall, former BBC director general Greg Dyke and Ronnie Corbett.
Joanna Lumley read a humorous sonnet that she had written with Sir Richard Stilgoe, which started: "Shall I compare thee to Sir Robin Day? No more TV-am, no Al Jazeera, We end not a career, but end an era. For now he's gone, ascended into orbit, And 'I look up to him' (quoth Ronnie Corbett)."
Prince Charles chats to Dean of Westminster Dr John Hall as he arrives with his wife Camilla for a memorial service for Sir David Frost at Westminster Abbey. Sophie, Countess of Wessex also paid her respects to the broadcaster, who died in August last yearGetty
Sir David Frost's wife Lady Carina Fitzalan-Howard arrived at Westminster Abbey with sons Miles, Wilfred and GeorgeGetty
Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson and Princess BeatriceGetty
Sir John Major and Sir Menzies CampbellGetty
Sienna Miller, Pippa Middleton and Jemima KhanGetty
Joanna Lumley and Felicity KendallGetty
Sir Michael Caine and his wife Shakira, and Simon and Yasmin Le BonGetty
Betty Boothroyd, Cherie Blair and Alastair CampbellGetty
Stephen Fry and Carol VordermanGetty
Barry Cryer and Dennis NordenGetty
Eamonn Holmes, Anne Robinson and Melvyn BraggGetty
Andrew Neil and Susan Nilsson, and Sir Terry Wogan and his wife HelenGetty
Esther Rantzen and Ronnie CorbettGetty
John Sergeant, Andrew Marr and Peter SissonsGetty
David Walliams and his wife Lara Stone, and Rory Bremner and his wife Tessa Campbell FraserGetty
Lord Sebastian Coe and Lord Norman FosterGetty
Ann Widdecombe and Dame Margaret BeckettGetty