To bid English-French star Jane Birkin farewell, tens of thousands of supporters lined the streets of central Paris.
Numerous celebrities attended the funeral, which was also live-streamed to crowds outside the Saint Roch church.
People proclaimed their love for the celebrity by holding posters and donning T-shirts.
Although she was born in England, Birkin rose to fame thanks to her roles in hit movies and songs. She also served as the model for the renowned Hermès Birkin handbag.
She was well-known for her close friendship and collaborative artistic partnership with French musician Serge Gainsbourg.
Birkin and he collaborated on the classic song "Je T'aime" in 1969. Several nations have outlawed the song "moi non plus," and the Vatican has denounced it for its overtly sexual lyrics.
In the 1970s, she also rose to fame as a fashion icon thanks to her flared jeans, mini dresses, and distinctive fringe.
She passed away last week at the age of 76 in her home in the French capital.
Vanessa Paradis, a singer, Isabelle Huppert, Catherine Deneuve, and Charlotte Rampling, three legendary actors who frequently appear in French-language films, attended the funeral.
Additionally present were Birkin's surviving daughters, singers and actors Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lou Doillon, as well as French First Lady Brigitte Macron.
Gainsbourg, who was visibly upset, told the audience, "I already feel the emptiness she has left behind.".
Doillon said, "Mother, thank you for not being ordinary and reasonable.
Flowers were scattered throughout the square in front of the church, a sign of the esteem in which Birkin is regarded in France.
People carried signs reading "Jane Forever" and "Thank you Jane Birkin," and her music was played for the crowds over speakers.
The well-wishers were mostly in tears. Marie-Pierre Frapart, 63, said she came "to pay tribute to our little Englishwoman," according to AFP.