British singer Dame Vera Lynn has died today at the age of 103. She was best known for her traditional popular music. Her musical recordings and performance were popular during the second world war.
Her family confirmed the news of her death and disclosed that when she passed away she was surrounded by her close family members. Dame Vera Lynn was popular among troops as she boosted their morale with her music.
Dame was living in Ditchling, East Sussex, and has died on Thursday. The family disclosed that soon they will announce the date of memorial services.
Earlier this year, before the 75th anniversary of VE day she remembered those brave boys who sacrificed their lives to save others.
She was also remembered for singing The White Cliffs Of Dover, There’ll Always Be An England, I’ll Be Seeing You, Wishing, and If Only I Had Wings, to help raise British spirits.
Dame had her own TV show and she toured the world. She always supported the military troops who sacrificed their lives and left their loved ones alone to save the country.
Dame also urged the public to ‘rediscover the same spirit she saw during world war II.