Tamzin Outhwaite said goodbye to her mother with a musical memorial service on Sunday (03.06.18).
The "EastEnders" actress" beloved mum Anna Santi passed away in April and her loved ones gathered at The Hanbury Arms in Islington, North London, to celebrate her life.
Tamzin expressed her "love and thanks" to those who attended the event, as well as friends who had sang, including Ride's Andy Bell, stage star Anna-Jane Casey, Nicola Bright-Thomas and Ruby Turner.
She posted on Twitter: "Massive love & thanks to everyone who attended my mum's memorial yesterday @TheHanburyArms Performing...
"The glue @andybell #jonnyamobi
The beautiful @AnnaJaneCasey & @NicolaBT & the outstanding @rubyturnersoul for surprising us & singing mum's fave song. So much love there. (sic)"
Ruby felt honoured to perform on the day.
She replied: "How could I not be there for your amazing, loving , kind Mum Anna !! .. so much love in that room. God bless you and your family x (sic)"
And former Oasis star Andy's wife Shiarra praised her friend for putting together such a "fitting tribute" to her mother.
Alongside heart and prayer emojis, she wrote: "Such a fitting tribute to your wonderful Mama you and the family did her proud darling ..it was a great day filled with love light and laughter. (sic)"
Tamzin replied: "Thank you so much for being by my side. @shiarra I love you , and your whole famalam. Please thank your mum for coming too. (sic)"
Ahead of the service, Tamzin took some time out to fly out to Ibiza to attend retreat The Body Camp and learned a lot from her stint.
She wrote on Instagram: "When I left for Ibiza having recently lost my beautiful mum, I was carrying a heavy heart, over active mind & had been eating & drinking for comfort. I hadn't even begun to grieve .This last week has taught me so much. Not enough words to express my gratitude . Thank you @benwhalechef @elouise.eats @thebodycampibiza #plantbasedfood #hikingadventures #yoga #positivity #spiritualbeings #naturehippys #wherefocusgoesenergyflows #magneticibiza #openheart (sic)"