Amy Winehouse headstone is unveiled and her memorial was attended by around 70 mourners in Edgware, North London.
Amy Winehouse’s family said their final farewells yesterday as they buried her ashes and unveiled a “Pink and Black headstone.”
According to this report by British newspaper The Sun, Amy’s ashes were buried and a “Pink and Black headstone” was unveiled in her honour.
The last farewell to Amy Winehouse
AMY Winehouse’s family said a last goodbye yesterday — burying her ashes and unveiling a pink and black headstone.
The black stone, featuring pink writing and a picture of a songbird, also honours the Back to Black star’s gran Cynthia Levy.
Amy’s ashes were interred next to the memorial in a plot which will be marked with a rose.
Around 70 mourners attended the Jewish ceremony in Edgware, North London.
Amy’s dad Mitch, 61, paid tribute to his daughter’s “short but dynamic” life.
She died at 27 in July last year from alcohol poisoning.
Amy Winehouse headstone is unveiled and the stand-out Pink and Black headstone also honours the late singer’s grandmother Cynthia Levy. Amy’s tattoo on her upper right arm was in memory of her grandmother Cynthia.