Melissa Rivers, 46, and son Cooper Endicott, 13, tearfully watched as the coffin containing their beloved mother and grandmother, Joan Rivers, 81, was taken away to a New Jersey crematorium after a private service in New York City. Melissa remained the epitome of strength throughout the emotional scene, and Cooper stood by his mother’s side as she kissed her mother’s coffin in a touching goodbye. So sad.
Joan Rivers sadly passed away on Sept. 4 at the age of 81 years old after being taken off of life support by her daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46. In these first photos of Melissa since Joan’s death, you can see that she looks utterly heartbroken, but she’s determined to give her mother the funeral she always wanted.
Hollywood lost another great. Joan Rivers, 81, passed away on Sept. 4, one week after she stopped breathing while having surgery on her throat. The beloved comedienne was rushed to Mount Sinai hospital in New York City following her surgery, where she was then put on life support. HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively how Joan’s daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46, and her loved ones said goodbye.
Melissa Rivers, 46, released a statement on Sept. 3, saying that Joan Rivers has been moved out of the intensive care unit and into a private room. While it is unclear if the 81-year-old remains on life support, Joan’s longtime friend, and NY Post columnist, Cindy Adams, 84, revealed that the beloved comedienne is surrounded by the things she loves, including her dogs!
Joan Rivers has been moved to a private room at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46, said in a new statement. It’s unclear whether the 81-year-old comedian is still on life support.
Joan Rivers, 81, remains on life support at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46, confirmed in an emotional new statement. Doctors are hoping to assess any potential damage to Joan’s brain today, Sept. 2.