The life of Sir Roger Moore, who died last month aged 89, has been celebrated by his friends and family at a private service in Monte Carlo.
The longest-reigning 007, who played James Bond from 1973 through to 1985, died on 23 may in Switzerland following a “short but brave battle with cancer”.
Joan Collins was among those who attended the funeral on Saturday, which she described as a “beautiful and loving service for one of the great Saints, Knights and Gents of our time
On Twitter, she wrote: “One last drink. Goodbye, dear @sirrogermoore.”
The order of service was posted on Sir Roger’s official Twitter account by his manager and biographer Gareth Owen, who wrote: “We said our goodbyes in a beautiful service and celebrated a wonderful life.