The great entertainer Sir Bruce passed away on 18 August 2017. His wife, Lady Wilnelia, has planted flowers in his honour to mark the anniversary of his sad passing.
Sir Bruce Forsyth’s widow pays tribute to the star at his favourite golf course, to mark the fourth anniversary of his death.
She said she did it to remember her “darling Bruce” adding: “We miss you always, today more than ever.”
Bruce died aged 89 of bronchial pneumonia on August 18, 2017.
His showbiz career spanned 75 years and he was almost as well known for his love of golf as for his gift for entertaining millions.
Last weekend Wilnelia, 63, told how every time she sees a rainbow she thinks of him. She said: “I remember saying to him, ‘But Bruce, how will I know what to do when you’re not here? I can’t even work the TV without you!’
“He turned to me and said, ‘Just look for the rainbow, my darling’.
“Now his children send me pictures of rainbows from wherever they are and it’s really just this wonderful feeling.”
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Puerto Rican-born Wilnelia, who wed Bruce in 1983 after they met as judges on Miss World, also told how the news Anton Du Beke is to become a Strictly judge would have delighted Bruce.
She said he often joked the dancer was his “love child”, adding: “He’ll be smiling from heaven, thinking it’s about time. He’s [Anton] got this great sense of humour, just as Bruce had.”