Friends, Family and Media head to Bahamas for Anna Nicole Smith's funeral and more court
After much debate, Anna Nicole Smith will finally be laid to rest in the Bahamas next to her 20-year-old son, Daniel, who died late last year.
Reports say the funeral is expected to be over-the-top in true Anna Nicole form.
The memorial service will have a tight guest list with about 300 attendees at an undisclosed church, featuring large amounts of pink flowers, her favorite color, and a well known performer who hasn't been announced yet. She is also expected to be buried in an elegant fluffy dress, true Anna Nicole style.
After the funeral is over, the court battles will continue according to an attorney representing Smith's ex-boyfriend, Larry Birkhead, who is fighting for custody of 5-month-old, Dannielynn.
"We now move on to the Bahamas and continue the hearing for March 16 where we fully anticipate there will be a DNA order," Larry Birkhead's attorney, Debra Opri said.
Smith died in Florida on February 8. She leaves behind one daughter as we have mentioned, Dannielynn, who is expected to receive all of Smith's inheritance including the millions coming her way from her late husband, J. Howard Marshall's, estate.