|Members of the British armed services carry the coffin of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher away from St Paul's Cathedral in London after a ceremonial funeral on Wednesday, April 17. Thatcher, 87, died after a stroke on April 8. She was prime minister from 1979 to 1990.|
|The bearer party, made up of personnel from all three armed services, carry Thatcher's coffin out of St Paul's Cathedral.|
|British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a reading during the service.|
Former Prime Ministers John Major, center, and Tony Blair attend the funeral with wives Norma Major and Cherie Blair, left.
The hearse makes its way past Downing Street in London.
Queen Elizabeth II leaves the funeral at St. Paul's Cathedral.
A protester holds a banner at the Church of St. Clement Danes in London.
Carol Thatcher, Marco Grass, Sarah Thatcher, Mark Thatcher, Michael Thatcher and Amanda Thatcher watch from the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral as the coffin is placed in the hearse after the funeral.
A British police officer stands guard. More than 4,000 officers were on duty for the event.
The gun carriage carrying the coffin is drawn by the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery.