Funeral a final farewell for tragic George Michael
The funeral of George Michael took place on Wednesday, his publicist said.
The singer, who was found dead on Christmas Day, died of heart disease and a build-up of fat in his liver, a coroner confirmed at the beginning of March.
It was also confirmed there will not be an inquest because the 53-year-old Wham! star died of natural causes.
The singer's funeral took place on Wednesday, three months after his death.
It was a small, private ceremony and was attended by family and close friends.
Michael's boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz, has not tweeted about the funeral but wrote "I miss you George" a few days ago.
The coroner confirmed that Michael died from cardiomyopathy, a disease of the heart muscle, affects how blood is able to pump around the body.
It can be an inherited condition or can be caused by viral infections, uncontrolled high blood pressure, problems with the heart valves or excessive drinking.
He also suffered from myocarditis, an inflammation in or around the heart, is usually caused by a viral, bacterial or fungal infection, while different types of fatty liver disease can be caused by obesity or excessive drinking.
Fadi had been questioned by police after an earlier post-mortem had come back as "inconclusive". He had also delivered conflicting accounts of what happened on the day of the singer's passing.
The hairdresser originally alleged he had spent the weekend at George's house, saying: "Everything had been very complicated recently, but George was looking forward to Christmas and so was I.”
But Fawaz then said he had slept in his car on Christmas Eve, before finding the singer dead on Christmas Day.
Fawaz also hit headlines when a series of posts appeared on his Twitter page, in which he appeared to allege that Michael had taken his own life.
He later said his account had been hacked, and shut down his profile in the wake of the incident.