The Queen was the first to learn about the death of Dame Vera on the outside of the singer of the family. And she was “very, very sad” about his death, according to the singer, PA Susan Fleet.
“They have sent their deepest condolences to the family. ”
The death of Dame Vera has been announced by his family on Thursday morning.
Their brief statement read: “The family are deeply saddened to announce the death of one of Britain’s best-loved artists of the show at the age of 103 years. ”
The monarch has recently shown his admiration for the force, Sweetheart.
In April, the Queen of the city of Dame Vera’s most famous song, we’ll meet Again, in his emotional national address on the coronavirus.
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In a rallying cry for the country, such as the coronavirus has been reached a summit in the united KINGDOM, the Queen said: “We should take comfort that although we have more to last, better days will return.
“We will be with our friends; we will be with our families; we shall meet again. ”
In one of his last interviews, Dame Vera has expressed his joy at the monarch of the decision to use parts of his famous words.
She told The Sun: “I watched the Queen’s speech, which was wonderful, but I did not know that His Majesty was going to finish with the words,” We’ll meet again “.
NOT TO BE MISSED
“I met the Queen on a number of occasions.
“You must have something and someone that we can all look up to and count on in difficult moments, and His Majesty is that person.”
Speaking of her own song, Lady Vera, which has strengthened the country and soldiers during the darkest moments of World War 2, said: “I think that we will meet again is the hope of the song and it is still valid today, especially in this time of crisis, when friends and family are outside.
“I think the spirit of Lightning is very well here that the retirement of doctors and nurses to return to work to help, which is wonderful of them.”
The Queen was not the only member of the Royal Family have paid tribute to the late singer.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, publicly honoured the life of Dame Vera on social media.
Hours after his death was announced, Clarence House, has published three photos on Instagram and Twitter, adding: “Remember Dame Vera Lynn. ”
The first photograph shows Dame Vera at the outside of Buckingham Palace, after having been awarded a SR.
The two other snaps show the singer in the company of Prince Charles and Camilla.
The prime Minister and his fiancé, Carrie Symonds was also paid tribute to Dame Vera.
Mr Johnson said: “Dame Vera Lynn’s charm and the magical voice captivated and inspired our country in some of our darkest hours.
“His voice will live on to lift the hearts of generations to come.”
Carrie Symonds has tweeted: “Very sad. “Going to play his music here today.”