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Traveller girl Mary Nicholson, aged six, arrives on her family's Romany Caravan at the Appleby Horse Fair on June 7, 2012 in Appleby, England.
Appleby Horse Fair has existed under the protection of a charter granted by James II since 1685.
More than a dozen silver Rolls Royces, each bearing the Irish tricolour, lined up outside the church.
Mr Doherty's coffin was emblazoned with the colours of the Irish flag and the message: "Simon Doherty - Blacksmith, King of all Doherty's"."He was like mafia in his own way, not in a bad way - any trouble they would go to him," the 58-year-old former bare knuckle fighter said."He was like the godfather - what he said was law."He said I want no one crying at my funeral, I want them happy, singing and get them drunk."He sat with his hand resting on his father's coffin throughout the service and tributes, which included video footage of Mr Doherty in a horse race and a group of Irish dancers."He wasn't an average man - he was outstanding, a great man," he added."Everything had to be five stars for him, he lived the best and was the best."My poor mother - her heart is devastated, her heart is broken."I'm so grateful how many people have turned out - we just want everything to go well, everything has to be tremendous and over the top."Close family members wore red ties, Mr Doherty's favourite colour, which they threw into his grave at St Mary's Catholic Cemetery at Kensal Green, north London.
Hundreds of mourners joined the Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and Big Brother star to say goodbye to Simon Doherty, remembered as the "father of all travellers".
Friends and family attended a service at St Michael's Church in Ashtead, Surrey on Monday.
Mr Doherty, known as Simey, had 15 children and more than 150 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty (centre), with his brothers Qe (front) and Johnny (right) on a horse drawn hearse carrying the coffin of their father Simon Doherty along Harrow Road, en route to St Margaret's Catholic Cemetery, London, to be buried after his funeral.
Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty gives a thumbs up on a horse drawn hearse carrying the coffin of his father Simon Doherty along Harrow Road, en route to St Margaret's Catholic Cemetery, London, to be buried after his funeral.
On #Gypsy Wedding, in Louisville, KY, 22 year old Romanichal gypsy Kayla is about to have her first child – a girl named Harmony.
Nine months ago she married her non-gypsy husband Evan in a double wedding with her sister.