Beyoncé is mourning the death of Kim Porter.
While the mother of four rested in her hometown of Georgia on Saturday, the Grammy-winning singer honored Porter in a series of moving back-up photos.
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In an image, which looked like it was taken from a yearbook, Porter had a red ribbon in his hair. Next to the photo, Beyoncé seemed to refer to "Heaven", her own heartbreaking song about the loss, writing: "Heaven could not wait for you".
Quincy Brown, Porter's 27-year-old son from his relationship with Al B. Sure! – whom Porter raised with Sean "Diddy" Combs – commented on the image with a red heart emoji.
Beyoncé continued publishing another photo of Porter's childhood, as well as an image of Porter posing next to her and the twin daughters of Combs D'Lila Star and Jessie James, now 11. Both images were shared without a legend.
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Porter visited Beyoncé in September, during her On the Run II tour with her husband JAY-Z.
The deceased actress and model published a picture of the twins and the daughter of Combs, which she shares with her ex Sarah Chapman, posing with the singer behind the scenes.
Porter's family and friends, including her ex-boyfriend and father of her Combs children, said goodbye to her at an elaborate funeral held in Columbus, Ga., On Saturday, just over a week after her death.
Combs, 49, was spotted arriving at the funeral, as were guests Kimora Lee Simmons and actress Tichina Arnold.
Combs arranged for Porter's coffin to travel in a horse-drawn carriage during the public funeral, which took place at Columbus Hills Church in Cascade Hills. The acclaimed pastor T.D. Jakes officiated the service.
Before the start of Saturday, a public session was held at the Charles E. Huff International Funeral Home, as well as a visit on Friday.
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Shortly before Porter's funeral began on Saturday, Combs honored his ex-girlfriend on an emotional note.
"Today we rest our ANGEL," he said. wrote On twitter. "His spirit lives with us FOREVER! We thank you all for your prayers and support. You have no idea how much it means to us. We give thanks to God for all of you. "
Insiders previously told PEOPLE that Combs, 49, held a memorial for Porter on November 18 at his home in Bel Air, California. Among the 100 guests present were Kim Kardashian, Mary J. Blige, French Montana and Kourtney Kardashian.
"He is very involved in making arrangements for Kim," the informant continued. "He wants everything to be very special."
Porter was found dead at her home on November 15 at the age of 47. Until Monday, his cause of death remained unknown after the completion of an autopsy.
On November 15, officers were alerted after a woman was found unresponsive in Toluca Lake, California. She was declared dead at 11:40 a.m. local time. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office confirmed Porter's death in a statement.
According to an emergency dispatch call published by TMZ, the call came as a cardiac arrest. While it is not yet clear what caused Porter's death, a source told him at the start that he had been suffering from pneumonia for weeks.
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The couple, who began dating in the 1990s, had three children together throughout their relationship from time to time: son Christian, age 20, and twin daughters D & # 39; Lila Star and Jessie James . In addition, Combs considers Quincy, Porter's eldest son, his son.
Porter and Combs separated in 1999 and fought in court for child support for Christian; Combs also dated Jennifer Lopez for two years before he and Porter reconciled in 2003. They separated for the last time in 2007.
Combs is also the father of two additional children, his son Justin, 24, and his daughter Chance, 12, who shares with the former Misa Hylton-Brim and Sarah Chapman, respectively.