Bobbi Kristina Brown's Burial: Family, Friends and Fans Gather to Say Goodbye to Whitney Houston's Daughter

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It is a somber day in Westfield, New Jersey, as the family of Bobbi Kristina Brown bury the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.

Local law enforcement blocked off roads to accommodate those attending Bobbi Kristina's burial service at Fairview Cemetery. She will be laid to rest alongside her mother. The burial service lasted about an hour. 

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Fans have also gathered at the cemetery to pay tribute to Bobbi Kristina.


Her casket was first seen arriving to Whigham Funeral Home in New Jersey on Monday. A gold hearse was carrying the casket and was accompanied by a police escort. This was the same color as the hearse that carried Houston's body in 2012. The vehicle was followed by black limos carrying Pat Houston, Uncle Ray Watson and Bobbi Kristina's uncle, Tommy Brown.

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Bobbi Kristina's grandmother, Cissy Houston, was seen in the front seat of the hearse with her hands under her chin. She appeared to be praying, according to ET sources.


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Several attendees of the service were also seen outside the funeral home.

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On Saturday, the family held an intimate memorial service for Bobbi Kristina at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Many of Bobbi Kristina's relatives spoke at the service, attended by about 250 to 300 guests, including her uncle Tommy Brown and aunt Pat Houston, who sat near father Bobby Brown. Bobbi Kristina’s two best friends also took the podium together to give an emotional tribute to their friend.

The program for the memorial service included a loving tribute from Bobby Brown, who stood at the end of the service with his hand resting on the closed casket, which was draped in pink, white and red flowers. A full page in the program featured a smiling picture of Bobbi Kristina, with the caption "I also will always love you. Love, Daddy," a reference to Houston's popular song.

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Bobbi Kristina died on July 26
at age 22 while in hospice care. Her death came months after she was found unresponsive in her Georgia home.

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