Amy Winehouse Funeral
Mourners embrace as they leave the funeral service for Amy Winehouse at a cemetery in north London July 26, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Mourners attended the private and limited to friends and family funeral of music sensation Amy Winehouse who died on Saturday, in London on Tuesday.

The retro-soul singer, who died at 27, was mourned by her friends like Mark Ronson, the producer of Amy's award-wining album "Back to Black", Kelly Osbourne and Reg Traviss at the Edgwarebury Cemetery in the north London.

The funeral service will be followed by a cremation and a family gathering at a local synagogue.

Fans from all over the world paid emotional tributes to singer Amy Winehouse who died on Saturday.

There was no stopping of emotions as Amy had held sway over millions of audience with her enthralling albums 'Frank' and 'Back to Black.'

The final impression left by Amy to all her friends, family members and audience was nothing but 'love'. Amy's mother Janis recollected her daughter's words, 'I love you Mum,' which the ill-fated singer uttered a day before her death.

Amy's 'Back to Black' won her five Grammy awards. She was the first British female singer to achieve this feat. She also won a BRET Award in 2007. Some of her songs like 'Stronger Than Me', 'Rehab', and 'Love is a Losing Game' have touched the peak of sale at different times.