Kelly Osbourne Winehouse
July 26, 2011 by Post Team
Kelly Osbourne Winehouse, A convoy of vehicles, many with tinted windows stopped Edgwarebury Cemetery in north London before a private service. Kelly Osbourne, who wore her hair in what looked like brand Winehouse style beehive, was one of the famous faces invited to attend the ceremony. Dressed in black with a pair of dark glasses, she held a white rose in her hands when her car stopped in front of the cemetery of green leaf.
A pack of photographers, more accustomed to catching the notorious Winehouse appearances on stage and in court, lined the streets as mourners arrived. They were standing next to some dedicated fans who came to pay tribute to the 27-year-old, who was found dead at her home in Camden, north London, on Saturday. The service comes after police revealed they would have to wait four weeks for the results of toxicology tests to establish the cause of her death. A post-mortem examination conducted yesterday was inconclusive.
Producer and DJ Mark Ronson, wearing a crisp black suit, walked through the doors unaccompanied as the mourners arrived at the latest offering from the star of a final goodbye.
Estimates suggest around 200 people expected to attend the funeral.
A rabbi is leading the service, due to last approximately 45 minutes.
Yesterday, the grieving parents of Winehouse made an emotional visit to her former home in Camden, north London, where he was found dead on Saturday.
Fans today again expressed her shock.
Vicky Robinson, 36, of Harrow, said: “It’s very, very sad.
“It’s one of those wastes.”
Jade Burgess, 22, boyfriend lives locally, said: “Actually I was thinking about seeing her in concert, but never – it really is sad.”
There was a heavy security presence outside the cemetery as guests made their way inside.
Partners Winehouse’s band, and Heshima Zalon Thompson, were among the select group included in the private ceremony, according to Jewish law, had to take place as soon as possible after the death of the star.
An investigation has been opened and adjourned until October 26, but no cause of death has been given.
The results of toxicology tests are expected in two to four weeks.
Yesterday, Winehouse’s father Mitch said: “Amy was one thing and that was the love of her life was devoted to her family and friends and for you too.
“We are devastated and I’m speechless, but thank you for coming.”
Her boyfriend, film director Reg Traviss, also paid tribute to the singer as he lamented her “untimely” death.
Winehouse faced problems of alcohol and drugs throughout her career and the news of her death was soon followed by suggestions that it might be related to one or the other.
The artist with problems had canceled all appointments and dates of her concerts last month after a series of erratic public appearances. She was booed at a concert in Serbia chaotic.
Winehouse’s goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, paid tribute to her today.
Writing on Twitter, singer 15-year-old said: “I feel out of my soul has gone with the beautiful bird song…. Amy Please Say a Pray … He loved everyone.x.”
Adele Singer Winehouse said “paved the way for artists like me.”
In a statement on its website, said: “I do not think I ever realized how brilliant he was and how important it is, but that makes it even more charming, though very sad im going im Amy also recalled. How immensely proud of her I am. And grateful to be inspired by it. Amy xx flies in paradise. “
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