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article imageAnna Nicole buried in Bahamas

By Brandigal (Donna)     Mar 2, 2007 in Entertainment
Her coffin covered in a pink rhinestone-studded blanket, Anna Nicole Smith was buried today.
Her burial was extravagant. She was dressed in a designer gown and the mahogany casket was covered in a pink rhinestone blanket that spelled out her name and had feathers and tassles that hung over the casket. Her casket was closed.
The church was guarded by police outside and inside the church was done in pink flowers and roses. Two pictures of Anna posing like Marilyn Monroe were placed in the church at the altar.
Joe Nichols sang two songs.
Stern, Birkhead and her mother took turns saying something about Anna. There was only about 100 people that attended the funeral even though 300 were invited.
She was buried next to her son Daniel and she was also buried with an urn containing some of her late husbands ashes. Twenty-four doves were released over the grave.
Christie Rathgaber, a 59-year-old nurse from Columbus, Ohio. said “I’m just incredulous at all the fuss,“She was not a world figure. She was not a queen. She was not a president. She was not anything. ... It’s just way over the top.’’
This was said because of all the media and security surrounding the funeral.
Anna Nicole's cause of death will be released next week. Dr. Joshua Perper said “This was a complex case. “It was an unusual case from a medical point of view.’’
Other guests who attended the funeral were Rock guitarist Slash of Guns N’ Roses, Entertainment Tonight’’ camera crew and Kathryn Beranich a producer of her reality tv show. Heather McCarthy, on holiday with her family from Boston went to the church because she said she was sure friends and family back home would ask her about the funeral.
http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=peopleNews&storyID=2007-03-02T223310Z_01_N01286030_RTRIDST_0_PEOPLE-ANNANICOLE-DC.XML
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