Hundreds of mourners gathered to say a final farewell to a toddler who was killed by a runaway car.
Pearl Black, 22 months, from South Wales, died after being struck by a collapsing wall which the vehicle hit.
She was taken to Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil by air ambulance but died a short time later.
For her funeral today, the heartbroken parents asked mourners to wear pink roses and pearls.
Paul Black carries the coffin of his daughter Pearl into the church in south Wales today, as mourners gather to say goodbye to the little girl
She was just 22-months-old when she was killed by a falling wall which was hit by a runaway car in south Wales
Little Pearl will be carried to church from her home in a horse-drawn carriage.
Her father Paul - who appeared on TV's The Voice - urged people to wear black with pink roses and pearls in her memory.
Pearl was killed when a Range Rover rolled down a driveway and smashed into a wall which collapsed on her. She was walking past with her father Paul and her eight-month-old brother Acer when the tragedy happened.
The garden boundary wall at the house in Heolgerrig, Merthyr Tydfil,