Peaches Geldof's coffin decorated with touching family portrait

A heartbreaking family portrait is seen on Peaches Geldof's coffin, as her devastated friends and family paid tribute at the funeral service.

The coffin was painted sky blue and decorated with a picture of the beloved mother-of-two alongside her husband, her two young children and their pet dogs.

A hearse carrying Peaches' coffin, detailed with clouds and flowers, arrived into the Davington Priory estate just before 1pm.

The touching portrait shows a smiling Peaches with her arms around sons Astala, 23 months, and Phaedra, 11 months.

A growing crowd of local well-wishers lined the street leading up to the church to see the hearse arrive.

Earlier, Kate Moss joined by husband Jamie Hince and former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman were dropped off outside the estate.

Other guests among the mourners who attended to pay their respects included Nick Grimshaw, journalist Mariella Frostrup, Jools Holland and Jo Wood.

There were bouquets and cards left by well-wishers outside the entrance to the property's driveway.

Peaches' ashes are expected to be scattered in the estate's garden, where she played as a child, according to reports.

Written in chalk on the church's wall, a message read "RIP Peaches".

Dozens of locals also looked on as cars began to arrive outside the church, which is where the 25-year-old married musician Tom Cohen, the father of her children, in 2012.

The funeral of television presenter Yates was held there after she died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000, aged 41.

The Geldof family have said the service will be held in private. Mystery still surrounds the sudden death of Peaches on April 7.