George Michael’s grave is seen for the first time after protective screens are removed from the family plot

There was no sign of a headstone for the superstar on the family plot in Highgate Cemetery, North London.

GEORGE Michael’s final resting place can be seen for the first time after a protective barrier was taken down.

But there was no sign of a headstone for the superstar among the fresh white flowers on the family plot in Highgate Cemetery, North London.

The star was buried on his family’s plot in Highgate Cemetery, North London

The star was buried on his family’s plot in Highgate Cemetery, North London


His family have kept private their plans for any markings on the star’s grave

Still in place on the plot was the large white cross headstone for the singer’s beloved mother Lesley – and it is thought he was buried in the same plot alongside her.

His family have kept private their plans for any markings on the star’s grave.

George’s funeral was held on March 29, 94 days after he was found dead in bed on Christmas Day aged 53.


Before then, it was protected with a large green metal barrier to afford privacy


Still in place on the plot was the large white cross headstone for the singer’s beloved mother Lesley

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