January 23, 2022

George Michael’s grave breaks the hearts of his fans …

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published by Celine on Dec 23, 2021 at 4:22 PM

December 25, 2016 was a day of mourning for many fans. Indeed, the singer of Wham! George Michael was found dead at his home. He was 53 years old.

If generally all celebrities are entitled to graves worthy of the name, he has been private until now … It is now resolved!

George Michael finally a tomb worthy of the name!

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George Michael: finally a tomb worthy of the name!

Almost five years ago to the day, George Michael left for his last trip … Indeed, the singer of the famous “Last Christmas” which continues to punctuate the Christmas holidays worldwide, passed away on December 25, 2016. Since then, no one knew where the singer was resting. His name had not even been put on his grave …

The Sun recently revealed where the family vault is located. He was also engraved with his effigy, with the name he received at birth: Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou. The famous singer therefore rests at Highgate Cemetery, London. He is next to his mother and his sister Melanie, missing three years to the day after her death. A tomb which remains despite the very sober celebrity, and on which it is quite simply engraved “Son, brother and beloved friend

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“He deserved much better”

Since the place was revealed to the public, photos, messages and various trinkets adorn the building. There are also fake guitars and microphones to represent the universe of the song that was dear to him.

An anonymous source quoted by The Sun reveals that George’s grave has not been carved before for fear that it may become a morbid tourist attraction. But it turns out that a lot of people felt that the singer deserved much better.

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Source : LePoint