A distraught Nicole Kidman broke down in tears as she said her final goodbye to her father Dr Antony Kidman on Friday at his funeral in Sydney.
The A-list Hollywood actress was supported by her husband Keith Urban and their two daughters Sunday Rose, six, and Faith Margaret, three, at the service held at St Francis Xavier Church on the North Shore.
Dr Kidman passed away at the age of 75 last week in Singapore, following a suspected heart attack.
Wearing dark sunglasses, Nicole cried and held her eldest daughter Sunday to her chest as pallbearers walked Antony's coffin to the waiting hearse.
After laying the coffin down, husband Keith then enveloped Nicole in a hug.
As churchgoers filtered out of the ceremony, Nicole held her daughters close to her knees and dabbed her eyes with a tissue.
The congregation looked on as the hearse drove away, with several of Antony's grandchildren, including younger daughter Antonia's six children, waving at the departing vehicle.
Sixtie's Australian anthem The Carnival Is Over by the Seekers played out to the congregation, as two priests emerged from the church first.
They were closely followed by seven pallbearers carrying the coffin, which was lead by Urban and Antonia's second husband Craig Marran.
Channel Nine news reader Peter Overton also acted as a pallbearer.
Flowers for grandpa: Nicole and Keith were surrounded by their two daughters and also the children of the actress's younger sister Antonia. Sunday Rose was seen carrying some white roses for her grandfather
Earlier Nicole delivered a heartfelt tribute to her beloved father during the church service before she and Keith performed an emotional acoustic version of Amazing Grace.
Playing to a silent congregation, their voices rung out through the church as they harmonised.
While Keith played the guitar in accompaniment, Nicole whispered 'thank you' as the last chord was played.
In her eulogy, Nicole - who Antony affectionately called 'Niccy' - lovingly remembered his final visit to America to visit her three weeks ago, telling mourners she was so thankful he had came to see her.