'Forever in the hearts of their families': A new gravestone for deceased singer Amy Winehouse is unveiled paying tribute to her late grandmother too
21:54 GMT, 21 September 2012
In memory: A new gravestone to commemorate the life of Amy Winehouse has been unveiled in a cemetery in North London
Her life was cut short all too soon when she died from alcohol poisoning last July aged just 27-year-old.
Now a new gravestone for Amy Winehouse has been unveiled in a Jewish cemetery in North London.
As well as paying tribute to the late singer the stone also remembers Amy's grandmother Cynthia Levy, who passed away five years prior to the singer.
The stone reads: 'In loving memory of Cynthia Levy … and her beloved granddaughter Amy Jade Winehouse.'
It adds: 'Forever in the hearts of their devoted family, Mitch and Jane, Janis and Richar, Melody and Elliott Alex and Riva.'
A list of names are also seen and it includes the name Reg, likely to be her boyfriend at the time of her death Reg Traviss.
A birthday is also seen perched on a branch singing with notes emanating from its beak.
The symbol is no doubt paying tribute to Amy's musical talent and incredible voice.
The site in Edgeware does not mark the final resting place of Amy as she was cremated shortly after her death.
RIP: The new stone is placed in a Jewish cemetery in Edgeware and pays tribute to Amy and her grandmother Cynthia Levy
Amy's body was found in her home in Camden on July 23, 2011.
Her death came after years of
struggling with drink and drug abuse and an inquest was carried out to
determine the cause of death.
five-time Grammy winning singer enjoyed huge success with her two
albums Frank and Back to Black and a third Lioness Hidden Treasures was
released posthumously in December last year.