BROKEN hearted family members gave the "perfect" goodbye to a fun loving 18-year-old boy, who died just over a month ago.

Cameron Haswell's funeral took place last week (September 11) and many turned up to pay their respects and say prayers for the teen from Blackwater.

Family and friends turned up in yellow t-shirts at Easthampstead Crematorium with Cameron's favourite drawing printed on the top with inspiration from his favourite song, Post Malone - Sunflower.

His sister Leah couldn't bring herself to read a speech, but described the funeral as a "beautiful event with a high turnout."

She said: "Majority of people were in their tops and if not they were wearing yellow.

"It was beautiful, me and my family stood up and looked around before the service started and everyone just looked amazing."

Cameron’s aunty from his dad's side read a poem that she wrote and his aunty from his mums side read out a reading.

Both speeches were described as "beautiful".

Cameron was found dead by Hampshire Constabulary on August 11 after he went missing from Sandhurst Memorial Park.

The teen was known to frequently enjoy hanging out with his friends at the skate park, especially during the summer holidays.