By Breeanna Hare, CNN
Following Whitney Houston's homegoing service on Saturday, a number of reports have focused on the whereabouts and well-being of Houston's 18-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
Houston's rep isn't commenting on the chatter, but Houston's godmother Darlene Love did clear up a rumor that the family was unable to locate Bobbi Kristina for a period of time after Saturday's service.
"She was with us, she was with the family the whole time," Love said in an interview with Access Hollywood. "Everybody went to a restaurant. We call [the event] after the funeral...a repast, where everyone goes to sit and talk and eat. And she was there...she's been with the family these last couple of days. We all know where she is, she's not missing."
Bobbi Kristina, who was sent to the hospital twice for stress and anxiety in the hours following her mother's February 11 death, is being given a lot of emotional support from her family, Love said.
"Right now what she needs is what we're giving her," she added. "We're giving her a lot of love, we're giving her a lot of faith, and a lot of hope."
Cissy Houston, meanwhile, is "holding up well," Love said. "I told her, 'I will be there for you.'"
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