Amy Winehouse will be cremated after her funeral service in north London.
The Winehouse family held a private funeral service for the British singer on Tuesday where only close friends and family were invited.
The Associated Press reported that a cremation and a family gathering at a local synagogue are expected to follow the service held at Edgwarebury Cemetery.
Her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil wasn't allowed to attend the service because he was refused compassionatoke leave from jail, according to Sky News. Fielder-Civil is in prison serving a 32-month sentence for burglary and firearms offenses.
Among those who came out to mourn the British singer's death were producer Mark Ronson and Kelly Osbourne. Osbourne wore her hair like a beehive echoing Amy Winehouse's trademark hairstyle, according to The Associated Press.
Though the service was private, photographers and a few fans, who happened on the scant details, lined the lane outside, according to The Associated Press article.
Amy Winehouse died on Saturday afternoon alone in her home. She was 27 years old and battle drugs and alcohol addiction for year. Speculations are that she died of a drug and alcohol, binge, but no drugs or paraphernalia were found in Amy Winehouse's Camden home, according to police.
An autopsy held Monday failed to identify the cause of the singer's death. Authorities are now waiting for toxicology results, which could take about four weeks.
Until an answer is found, Amy Winehouse's death is still being classified as "unexplained" but not suspicious.
Coroner Sharon Duff on Monday said an investigation will be launched on Oct. 26 to find out what killed Amy Winehouse on July 23.
Watch a video of the service here.