Reeva Steenkamp has been laid to rest.
Friends and family members gathered together in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, to say goodbye to the late model on Tuesday, the same day boyfriend Oscar Pistorius was charged with premeditated murder in her death on Valentine's Day.
"There's a space missing inside all the people that she knew," Reeva's brother, Adam Steenkamp, told the press, according to NBC. "Everyone is sad understandably, but at certain points we were smiling whilst remembering Reeva because we only have good memories of her.
Following her cremation, a service for the 29-year-old took place at a small chapel, where one of the mourners told Reuters that Pistorius should definitely remain behind bars.
"He's a danger to the public," Gavin Venter said. "He'll be a danger to witnesses. He must stay in jail. He's already shown how dangerous he can be for what he did to Reeva."
Meanwhile, Pistorius appeared in a Pretoria courtroom on Tuesday, where a judge ruled that the track runner should be charged with premeditated murder. If convicted, the athlete known as Blade Runner would face a possible life sentence.