Mick Jagger Says Goodbye To L’Wren Scott; Designer’s Funeral Kept Private

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Scott, a notable fashion designer and Jagger’s longtime girlfriend, she was dead in her New York apartment last week. The medical examiner announced that she killed herself by hanging.

Mick Jagger said a final goodbye to L’Wren Scott before his girlfriend was laid to rest in a Hollywood cemetery.

Jagger’s daughters and grandchildren also spoke at the private burial for Scott at the historic Hollywood Forever cemetery.

“Words of tribute” to Scott, 49, were spoken by Jagger, as well as her brother Randy Bambrough, costume designer Ira M. Hammons-Glass and Adam Glassman, creative director of Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine.

The touching ceremony, conducted in white tents to keep the paparazzi from interrupting the service, instead featured three generations of Jaggers speaking.

Mick Jagger Says Goodbye To L'Wren Scott; Designer's Funeral Kept Private

Jagger’s daughter,  Karis, and actress Ellen Barkin each read a poem during the service. Jagger’s daughter Jade read Psalm 139: “You have searched me, Lord, and you know me.” His grandchildren, Mazie and Zak, read Psalm 23: “The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.”

Scott, a lanky former model, became a celebrity stylist and eventually a designer.

She designed costumes for films such as the 1996 remake of “Diabolique,” 2000’s “Mercy” and 2007’s “Ocean’s Thirteen.” she designed a collection for Banana Republic that was introduced late last year.

Scott’s sister Jan, who wanted her sibling buried in a family plot with their parents in Utah, was not at the service, the source said.

The adopted sisters had not spoken in six years, since the death of their mother.

Jo Wood a guitarist of the scout group, said the precarious financial problems of Scott’s fashion business may have played a role in the apparent suicide.

“I think it might have been, for her, a question of losing face,” the 59-year-old Wood told CNN in an exclusive interview last week.

Jagger and Scott first met during a 2001 photo shoot, and became a globe-trotting pair for the next 13 years.

Security guards locked the cemetery gates Tuesday morning, steering aside, visitors trying to reach the graves of their loved ones.

The Los Angeles service provided closure for Jagger, who has hunkered down with the family at the Four Seasons Hotel as he struggled with Scott’s sudden death.

Jagger and Scott first met during a 2001 photo shoot, and became a globe-trotting pair for the next 13 years.

Security guards locked the cemetery gates Tuesday morning, steering aside, visitors trying to reach the graves of their loved ones.

The Los Angeles service provided closure for Jagger, who has hunkered down with the family at the Four Seasons Hotel as he struggled with Scott’s sudden death.

Scott was just weeks short of her 50th birthday at the time of her death.

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