Fans and celebrities, like U2's Bono, bid farewell to Sinéad O'Connor, who was laid to rest in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland, on August 8.
Remembered with love, the late singer's funeral in her hometown drew family, friends, and admirers to pay their last respects.
The private ceremony, graced by figures such as U2's Bono and musician Bob Geldof, honored O'Connor, who passed away on July 26 at 56.
Islamic Center of Ireland's chief imam, Umar Al-Qadri, praised O'Connor's impact as both an artist and an activist in a poignant eulogy shared online.
The final farewell took place in Bray, County Wicklow, where O'Connor's connections ran deep, signifying her enduring bond with her roots.
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