f continued, with camera foot- age cut off moments after the coffin was carried out of the hearse by the singers broth- ers, leaving TV stations with grainy images from helicop- ters 3,000ft above Forest Lawn Memorial Park, north of Los Angeles. On the ground, burly security men let in only one, officially approved pho- tographer. The 200 mourners included Stevie Wonder, Macaulay Culkin, baseball player Barry Bonds and come- dian Chris Tucker. Dame Elizabeth, 77, arrived in a wheelchair 20 minutes early after being told the funeral would begin promptly a t 7 p m . B u t s h e s a t surrounded by empty garden chairs for nearly two hours before the family took their places at 8.30pm. What had been planned as a sunset service had to be held under floodlights. Elviss daughter, Lisa Marie, was said to be particularly emotional when Jacksons coffin was carried in, and The MICHAEL JACKSON was finally laid to rest today in a private family funeral. Although the ceremony was not the star-studded public memorial held in July, his family still turned the event into a showbiz circus. Mourners including Dame Elizabeth Taylor and the singers ex-wife Lisa Marie Presley were kept waiting for at least 90 minutes because the Jackson family were late arriving. They finally appeared in a 26-car convoy with the 50-year-old sing- ers body. But the Jacksons control of the event Friday, 4 September 2009 London Lite sunset plans collapse as family is late, 90-mins delay as Jacksons keep frail Dame liz waiting 25 June: Michael Jackson suffers a heart attack at home. His physician, Dr Conrad Murray, gives him surgical drug propofol. The star is declared dead at hospital. 26 June: Autopsy does not reveal signs of foul play. 27 June: Jackson family orders a second autopsy. Police question Dr Murray. 7 July: Tribute concert. 18 July: Dr Murray insists he did not kill Jackson. 24 August: Reports make suggestion of homicide. 29 August: Los Angeles coroner confirms the death was homicide. 2 September: Jacksons death certificate amended. Today: Buried at Forest Lawn memorial park. by georgina littlejohn Parents: Katherine and Joe at service Drinktonight ...inWimbledon The Fire STableS IF youRe playing a doubles match in the drinking stakes then we suggest cracking open a bottle Coto De Imaz Reserva Rioja (20.75) to share at The Fire Stables, a pub which we think youll love. Just dont make a double fault by forgetting to grab one of their tables before you play a backhand by getting a 20 out of your wallet to pay the barman. 27-29 Church Road, SW19 (020 8946 3197) chris BeanlanD read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat thisislondon.co.uk/lite all bar One SeRve yourself an ace by checking out All Bar one, which has really dragged itself up by its bootstraps and now offers a refurbished bar and a broad range of beers -- starting from as little as 2.50 for some. And once youve had a taste of Innis & Gunn, vedett, Meantime Chocolate Beer or Worthington White Shield, you might as well try some of the tempting tapas that it has on offer. 37-39 Wimbledon Hill Road, SW19 (020 8946 9072) JacKo funeral The two months of drama since King of Pop died ... Musical legend: Michael Jackson pictured in 2005 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html