Among the other guests were former bandmates Andrew Ridgeley, Helen “Pepsi” De Macque and Shirlie Holliman, as well as Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp.
Also in attendance was Fadi Fawaz, the singer’s boyfriend, who had been expected to be excluded from proceedings.
However, he didn’t tell his parents, describing his sexuality as “this big pink elephant in the centre of every holiday" in an interview with The Dallas Morning News.
Kenny and George got together in 1996, but only went public two years later, when George came out as gay after being arrested for “performing a lewd act” in a California toilet.
He was hard on me about drinking, because I developed a problem.” However, Kenny continued to support his ex, accompanying George on a court appearance in 2010 and visiting him in an Austrian hospital when he contracted pneumonia in 2011.
The singer wrote “Where I Hope You Are” about his former lover, with lyrics that said: “For so long there’s been no-one else I care about.
Mourners were able to walk up to the closed coffin and Kenny said: “I didn’t cry. "I pictured him being younger — aged 33 in an amazing suit with his Cartier watch on.
ROMAN Kemp has revealed his Spandau Ballet star dad Martin once walked in on him in a ‘very private situation’.
The pair broke up in 2009 after 13 years together, which was kept quiet until George announced it on stage nearly three years later. “My love life has been a lot more turbulent than I’ve ever let on, and I’m so sad about my relationship with Kenny.That my heart could really be so wrong again, well it wears me out.I had a picture in my soul, some place warm we could hang out when we’re old.He admitted: “In truth Kenny and I haven’t been together for two and a half years. I’m sorry for any pain.” Kenny says George’s spiralling drug use led to clashes, with George hitting back over his lover’s boozing.Kenny said: “When I confronted him, he never denied it, never apologised.George later said he had remained closeted because he worried what effect his sexuality would have on his mother.It was reported in 2005 that the couple were set to formalise their relationship with a civil partnership, but the ceremony was postponed.He has not been paid for this interview, but The Sun on Sunday has made a donation to the foundation (g-mf.org).The foundation was set up by the pair in 2007 and supports causes including hunger relief and HIV prevention.Here's everything you need to know about him...Kenny Goss is an art dealer and businessman who was born in Bromwood, Texas in 1958 to "alcoholic, dysfunctional parents".