Amy Winehouse's Ashes Buried In North London
A pink & black headstone was also unveiled during the ceremony...
Amy Winehouse's family and friends said their final goodbyes to the singer yesterday (16th September) burying her ashes during a ceremony in North London.
According to The Sun, the Rehab star's ashes were buried near a pink and black headstone in Edgware.
It is thought that the black stone has pink writing, as well as a picture of a songbird. A tribute to Amy's grandmother Cyhthia Levy also features.
Winehouse's ashes were interred next to the memorial, in a plot that is set to be marked by a rose.
The newspaper reports that around 70 people attended the Jewish ceremony, where her father Mitch Winehouse praised Amy's "short but dynamic" life.
Winehouse was found dead, aged 27, at her home in Camden in July 2011, where it later emerged that she had passed away as a result of alcohol poisoning.