Farrah Fawcett was due for a heavenly sendoff at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Around 200 friends, colleagues and family members, including Fawcett's otherwise incarcerated son, Redmond, gathered Tuesday afternoon for a private funeral honoring the late actress. The cathedral has the capacity to seat 3,000, but the invite-only service was far more intimate.
First among the mourners to arrive were Ryan O'Neal and Alana Stewart, who were both with Fawcett at the hospital when she died. Farrah's father, James Fawcett; ex-husband Lee Majors and Charlie's Angels costar Kate Jackson also slipped past list-wielding security guards about an hour before the service was set to begin.
Ernie Hudson, Cheryl Tiegs, romance novelist Jackie Collins, Dynasty villain Joan Collins Gary Shandling, Marla Maples, hairstylist Jose Eber, who created the famous feathered Farrah 'do, and O'Neal's daughter Tatum and son Griffin were also in attendance.
O'Neal, who read the 23rd Psalm and several other passages, was one of the pallbearers who escorted Fawcett's flower-draped casket into the church shortly before the funeral's 4 p.m. start time.
Stewart and oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro delivered eulogies.