Slideshow: Hundreds attend the funeral of Carly Lovett

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The fiancé of Tunisian victim, Carly Lovett, paid an emotional tribute during a sombre funeral service in Gainsborough, saying ‘I will never stop loving her’.

Liam Moore, who had been with Carly since they were young teenagers, fought back tears as he addressed the hundreds who had attended the service at All Saints’ Church, Gainsborough.

Fiance Liam Moore and Carly's close family arrive at the Church. The funeral of Carly Lovett, 24, at All Saints' Parish Church, Gainsborough today July 17 2015. Carly was one of 38 people killed in the Tunisian terrorist attack on June 26th at the coastal resort of Sousse. The 24-year-old was enjoying a holiday with fiance of six months Liam Moore who survived the attack. ''Tom Maddick / Rossparry.co.uk

Fiance Liam Moore and Carly's close family arrive at the Church. The funeral of Carly Lovett, 24, at All Saints' Parish Church, Gainsborough today July 17 2015. Carly was one of 38 people killed in the Tunisian terrorist attack on June 26th at the coastal resort of Sousse. The 24-year-old was enjoying a holiday with fiance of six months Liam Moore who survived the attack. ''Tom Maddick / Rossparry.co.uk

Hundreds of mourners had lined the route into All Saint’s Church for the ceremony this morning as the hearse carrying Carly’s body was slowly driven up to the church entrance.

Many more stood at a distant watching on.

The service was taken by Canon Mike Cooney, who described Carly as a remarkable person who was ‘bright, talented, creative, caring, witty and amusing’.

Along with traditional hymns, there were also tracks chosen by her family and friends, including ‘Starlight’ by Muse and ‘You and Me song’ by The Wannadies.

The service was followed by a private family committal.