Tributes: Apprentice star Stuart Baggs is laid to rest
The Apprentice star Stuart Baggs's mother has paid tribute to her entrepreneurial son at his funeral, saying he was "a dedicated and hard-working businessman".
Rosemary Baggs led tributes to the TV personality and telecoms entrepreneur who died of an asthma attack at the age of 27 last month.
Baggs found fame as The Apprentice's youngest ever candidate after appearing on the BBC One show in 2010 at the age of 21.
Straight-talking business mogul Lord Sugar yesterday left a floral tribute in the shape of a teardrop at the funeral in Douglas, Isle of Man.
The arrangement simply read: 'With deepest sympathy from Lord Sugar and everyone at The Apprentice.'