The body of the nurse who apparently took her own life after being duped by a prank call has been flown to India for her funeral.
Mother-of-two Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead in her nurses' quarters at London's King Edward VII's Hospital by a colleague and a security guard on December 7.
Three days earlier the Indian-born nurse transferred a call from two Australian DJs, believing they were the Queen and Prince of Wales, to her co-worker.
The second nurse then explained the condition of the Duchess of Cambridge, who was staying in the hospital for pregnancy-related sickness.
Ms Saldanha's funeral will take place on Monday at Our Lady of Health Church near Mangalore in Shirva, the hometown of her husband Benedict Barboza.
Residents will be able to pay final respects to the body before the mass and the burial ceremony.
Ms Saldanha's frail mother lives with her other daughter and a son in Mangalore, in the western state of Karnataka.
Mr Barboza accompanied her body on Sunday's flight to India along with their two children.
On Saturday Junal and Lisha, described the "unfillable void" left in their lives by their mother's death as a mass was held at Westminster Cathedral.
Following the service, Mr Barboza paid an emotional tribute: "My wife, you were the light in my darkness, who always showed me the way forward.
"From the day we met, you always stood by me in times of hardship and happiness. I feel a part of me has been ripped out.
"Without your beautiful smile and sparkling personality, the house is an empty place to live.
"Nineteen years of togetherness with a strong bond of affection and understanding will be cherished forever in my life."
Ms Saldanha's daughter said: "We will miss your laughter, the loving memories and the good times we had together.
"The house is an empty dwelling without your presence. We are shattered and there's an unfillable void in our lives."
Her son said: "Our mother, kind hearted, generous and a well respected woman in both of our lives. You were the core of the family who kept us together.
"Your priority for us was a good education and a bright future. You taught us right from wrong which we appreciate.
"You worked tirelessly to give us everything that we have today. When we achieved good grades and merit, your pat on our backs encouraged us more."
Standing outside the cathedral alongside their local MP Charlotte Leslie and MP Keith Vaz, who has been campaigning on behalf of the family, Mr Barboza said the family "could not have foreseen the unprecedented tragedy that has unfolded in our lives".
He thanked the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prime Minister David Cameron for their condolences.
Memorial services have already been held at the hospital where Ms Saldanha worked and in Bristol where her husband and children live.
Ms Saldanha left two notes in her room and also had marks on her wrist when her body was discovered, Westminster Coroner's Court in London heard on Thursday.
A provisional date of March 26 has been set for the next inquest hearing.