Farewell, MaggieLondon Crowds and Dignitaries Pay Their Respects at Margaret Thatcher's Funeral Tom Sykes04.17.13Farewell, MaggieLondon Crowds and Dignitaries Pay Their Respects at Margaret Thatcher's Funeral Tom Sykes04.17.13 11:25 AM ETMatt Cardy/GettyThe Gun CarriageCrowds gather to watch as a Gun Carriage of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery carries the coffin of Former British Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher as it leaves St Clement Danes Church and travels onto St Paul's Cathedral today. Matt Cardy/GettyThe CrowdsThere was little evidence of protesters besides some booing heard on the BBC's broadcast. Protesters were vastly outnumbered by fans clapping, cheering and even singing “Jerusalem.” Kevin Coombs/Reuters, via Landov Tears for ThatcherGloria Martin, a supporter of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, wipes her tears as she joins others by the route of the funeral procession at St Paul's Cathedral. Jordan Mansfield/GettyProtest VoteThey were few and far between on the day, but here, a lonely protestor holds a sign at Trafalgar Square ahead of the funeral procession. Jordan Mansfield/GettyThe HearseThe coffin of the Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was brought down The Strand of the first half of its journey to St Paul's Cathedral in a hearse before being transferred to a gun carriage. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Security PresenceSecurity was already at maximum level, but after the Boston bombings there was increased anxiety about safety. Here, a policeman stands in the street opposite spectators outside St. Paul's Cathedral. Luke MacGregor/Reuters, via LandovBritish PrideA spectator waits for the funeral procession. Karel Prinsloo/EPA, via Landov Passing HomeA strong police presence on both sides of the street as the hearse containing the coffin of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher passes the gates of Downing Street. Lefteris Pitarakis/APProtestorsDemonstrators hold placards and turn their backs in protest as the Union Jack-draped coffin passes. Chris Jackson/GettyThe Prime MinisterBritish Prime Minister David Cameron read the lesson during the service. Here, he is seen with his wife Samantha Cameron. Stefan Rousseau/Press Association Britain's PridePallbearers carry the coffin draped in a Union Flag. Dan Kitwood/GettyMonarch's FavorQueen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh attended the funeral, a first since the death of Winston Churchill. Andrew Cowie/AFP/Getty Falklands ThemeThe Bearer Party was made up of personnel from regiments particularly associated with the Falklands war. Pool photo by Christopher FurlongMark ThatcherMark Thatcher at the funeral, who attended with his children. Thatcher's grandchild Amanda, an evangelical Christian, read one of the lessons. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters, via Landov Order OrderGuests read from the order of service during the funeral. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters, via LandovThe EndThe coffin of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher is carried out of the Cathedral by the Bearer Party. Dominic Lipinski/AFP/Getty Seating ArrangementsSome of the 2,000 guests take their seats ahead of the service. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters, via LandovFarewellThe Dean of Saint Paul's Cathedral David Ison led the service.