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Bobbi Kristina To Be Buried Next To Her Mother Whitney Houston

Mon, July 27, 2015 9:18am EDT by 3 Comments

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s passing is unbelievably tragic, but her family is getting some comfort out of the fact that she will now be with her mother, Whitney Houston. Plans are already being made for Bobbi to be buried next to the late singer in New Jersey, has EXCLUSIVELY learned.

The similarities surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death and her mother, Whitney Houston’s, are super eerie, but now that the 22-year-old has passed, they will finally be together once again. has the EXCLUSIVE scoop on the funeral and burial plans for Bobbi, and how she’ll be able to remain close to Whitney forever.

“All the preparations are underway to get Bobbi Kristina to New Jersey, where she will be buried next to her mom in Westfield Cemetery,” an insider tells EXCLUSIVELY. “Some of Whitney’s bodyguards have flown into Atlanta to help transporting her body. They will have two ceremonies — one in Atlanta, where her friends and much of her family live, and then one when she’s buried.”

After being found unconscious in her bathtub on Jan. 31, Bobbi spent six months in a medically-induced coma, before finally letting go on July 26. “Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away Sunday, July 26, 2014, surrounded by her family,” the Houstons said in a statement. “She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months.”

Bobbi’s father, Bobby Brown, has yet to release a statement about the tragic news, but has EXCLUSIVELY learned that he is, understandably, not in a good state. “Bobby can’t take it right now. This is truly one of the most gut-wrenching experiences of his life, and he’s hurting,” an insider told EXCLUSIVELY. “He’s a mess and inconsolable. This is worse than when Whitney died. He truly didn’t want to take Bobbi off life support, and he was hoping for the miracle of all miracles. This is by far the worst day of his life and it’s not going to get better for a very long time.”

Our thoughts continue to remain with Bobbi’s family and friends during this difficult time.

— Alyssa Norwin, reporting by Tim Plant