Anna Nicole Smith Burial to Take Place March 2nd in Bahamas



The dead body of Anna Nicole Smith will leave for the Bahamas by private plane early Friday March 2nd and will be buried there hours later.

It's been three weeks after her death, and the cause still remains mysterious. Yet, it is confirmed already that Anna Nicole Smith's body will be buried beside her son, Daniel Smith, Friday March 2nd in Bahamas.

While Smith's body will be flown to the Bahamas by private plane early Friday, people are already arriving in the Bahamas, and preparations are under way for the burial, set to take place at the Lakeview Memorial Gardens, Milstein with the memorial service to be held at Mount Horeb Baptist Church in Nassau. Both the funeral and burial will surely be closed to the public. Craig Butler's family funeral home, which helped bury smith's son, is expected to handle the funeral.

Smith died in Florida on Feb. 8 at 39, setting off a battle between her partner, Howard K. Stern; her mother, Virgie Arthur; and her ex-boyfriend Larry Birkhead over the burial and custody of daughter Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern, who could potentially inherit millions.

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