The funeral of Nóra Quoirin, who was found dead in the Malaysian jungle last month, has taken place in Belfast.
The 15-year-old went missing on August 4th from the Dusun resort while on holiday with her family.
She was found ten days later less than two miles from the resort, after hundreds of people took part in searches for the teenager.
An autopsy concluded Nóra likely died as a result of prolonged hunger and stress, with police saying no foul play was suspected.
This afternoon a funeral mass was held at St Brigid's Church in South Belfast - where Nóra was baptised, and close to where her mother Maebh grew up.
Nóra's mother Meabh is from Belfast, while her father Sebastien is French. The couple have lived in London for the past 20 years.
At today's funeral, mourners heard Nóra was "very special" and "brought so much joy" to her family.
Father Eddie O'Donnell spoke of Nóra's "gentleness and her innocence".
As reported by the Belfast Telegraph, he told those in attendance: “She, as we all know, depended greatly on others but, Nóra in turn, gifted others with immeasurable love and joy; before such an ability we can only feel gratitude.”
Ruth Patterson, a close family friend, said Nóra had a great sense of humour and adored her cousins and siblings.
She said: "Her best friends of all were her sister Innes and her brother Maurice... who were the most amazing siblings you could ever have, and who did everything for her."