Barbara Windsor’s funeral order of service shows Carry on Camping topless moment

Dame Barbara Windsor 's funeral order of service showed her iconic Carry On Camping topless moment alongside an hilarious quote from Barbara.

Barbara, one of Britain's best-loved actresses, famously appeared in 1969's Carry On Camping, and starred in a particularly memorable scene where her bikini top suddenly flew off.

Mourners were seen at the funeral holding the order of service, which showed the actress covering her chest with her hands after her wardrobe malfunction.

On top of the order of service, it quoted Barbara as saying: "That picture will follow me to the end."

Barbara's husband Scott Mitchell was also quoted in a heartwarming response underneath the snap.

He said: "Yep!! "Rest in peace my darling Bar, my love forever Scott xx," alongside a love heart.

In Carry On Camping Barbara played Babs a schoolgirl on holiday at a campsite with her pals.

In one of the film's most iconic scenes, the schoolgirls are ogled by men as they do an outdoor aerobics class.

As Barbara flings her arms out from side to side while instructed by teacher Dr Soaper, played by, Kenneth Williams, her top flies off and lands in his face.

On Friday, Barbara, who is also famed for her role as Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders, was cremated at a private ceremony at Golders Green Crematorium in London, following her death on December 10 from Alzheimer's.

Only 30 guests were allowed to attend because of Covid-19 restrictions and the attendees included Ross Kemp, her EastEnders on-screen son.

Also in attendance was her actor pal Christopher Biggins, who wore a long black coat and scarf, obscuring his face with a black mask.

Others stars there to play tribute to the screen legend included, Little Britain stars David Walliams and Matt Lucas.

The funeral procession moved behind the hearse which had flowers arranged on top of it.

Lined next to the coffin was a flower arrangement with the word "saucy" in a tribute to the actress' famously charismatic personality.

Ross was seen lining up with the mourners, wearing a dark suit and a face mask.

The actor who played Grant Mitchell was set to read Barbara's eulogy, Christopher Biggins previously revealed.

Also there to say goodbye to Barbara was Jamie Borthwick, who plays Jay Brown on the BBC One soap, who had his hands folded as he looked towards the crematorium.

Former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney, who played Robbie Jackson last year, was also seen paying his respects.

Barbara's husband Scott led the procession, with the vicar wrapping his arm around the grieving husband as they moved into the church.

As her coffin was led into the church, Frank Sinatra’s On The Sunny Side of the Street was played in her honour.

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