Every Fascinating Photo of the Friends and Enemies Gathered at George H.W. Bush’s Funeral
Former President George W. Bush, former First Lady Laura Bush, Neil Bush and wife Maria Andrews stand as the flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush is carried from the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi look on with their spouses as the casket is carried by a U.S. military honor guard team.
Michelle and Barack Obama greet fellow mourners as they arrive at the funeral service.
Hillary and Bill Clinton arrive with daughter Chelsea.
Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrives at the former president's funeral service.
Rudy Guiliani and other guests arrive.
Peyton Manning also makes his way inside.
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama lean in for a friendly hello before the service begins.
Former Vice Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden speak along with Biden's wife Jill, while former Vice President Dick Cheney talks animatedly with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
Vice President Mike Pence and wife Karen wait for their opportunity to greet Prince Charles upon his arrival.
Michelle Obama waves to a friend as Barack talks with Chelsea Clinton.
Jimmy Carter has a friendly talk with Angela Merkel before the service begins.
Former Vice President Dan Quayle warmly greets Barack Obama with a handshake.
Mike Pence talks with Dick Cheney at the service.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg arrives at the service and looks in good health, after being hospitalized in early November for fracturing three ribs.
Mike Pence seems to put a comforting hand on Joe Biden's arm in a friendly moment.
Mike Pence shakes hands with a smiling Joe Biden and greets his wife Jill.
Ivanka Trump smiles and keeps a hand on husband Jared Kushner as they make their way to their seats.
Obama leans in to share a private thought with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Angela Merkel smiles as she greets Mike Pence and his wife Karen.
Pence and Obama greet each other.
Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton share a warm embrace as they say hello, while the Carters take in the crowd.
Dan Quayle put his hand on Mike Pence's shoulder while saying hello.
The Obamas share a moment as Bill Clinton shakes hands with Vice President Mike Pence, with Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton looking on with interest.
Barbara Bush arrives with husband Craig Coyne at the service for her grandfather.
Prince Charles takes his seat for the service, with Angela Merkel in the row in front of him.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania are led to the front pew.
Barack awaits the arrival of the Trumps, who, according to protocol, will take the two seats to his right.
President Trump and First Lady Melania hold hands as they prepare to take their seats in the front row reserved for the small club of couples who have lived in the White House.
Melania shakes hands with the Obamas before waving to the Clintons and Carters as President Trump removes his coat.
Trump and Obama shake hands.
Trump leans over to shake hands with Michelle, who famously declared in her new memoir that she would "never forgive him" for stirring up birther lies that she says endangered her family.
President Trump bows his head before the service begins.
Obama smiles as Bush says hello.
In a heart-warming display of fondness for the former First Lady, George W. Bush slips Michelle Obama candy as he famously did earlier this year at John McCain's funeral.
Bush shakes hands with Rosalynn Carter after greeting all of the presidents and their spouses in attendance.