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Lady Blue Eyes has been laid to rest.
Barbara Sinatra, who died July 25 at her home in Rancho Mirage, California from natural causes, was buried Wednesday in a star-studded funeral service. She was 90.
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The service was held in Palm Desert, California, where a congregation of celebrities and friends remembered her, according to The Desert Sun.
Her longtime friend, Robert Wagner, delivered a moving eulogy, recalling the first time he met Barbara, before she was married to Frank Sinatra or Zeppo Marx.
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“She was performing, the band was playing, the curtain was [closed] and out came this beautiful long leg in time with the music,” he said. “The curtain opened and there was Barbara. Fantastic. Just gorgeous. I went backstage to meet her and she was great. She was so nice to me. We became friends. I wished that we had become more than friends but that was not to be.”
Of Frank and Barbara, Wagner, 87, said they “were a great couple, as we all know. And I had so much fun spending...
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