Mourning Lark in Bklyn

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Mia Farrow ducks into a waiting car in Park Slope after attending the funeral of daughter Lark Previn at St. Saviour Roman Catholic Church.

The 35-year-old Clinton Hill resident — a Vietnamese-born mother of two teenage girls — had been ailing for close to a decade, and the cause of her death was not released.

Previn, who was adopted by Farrow and musician Andre Previn, was the first of Farrow’s rainbow of children, both adopted and natural-born. Neighbors in her apartment building recalled that she lived quietly with a companion, and without any hint of her mother’s celebrity.

“She pushed herself deeply so that she might keep going,” said Rev. Timothy Tighe in his eulogy.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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