On her 84th birthday, Barbara Windsor’s husband’scatters her ashes and reveals plaque.’
Following Barbara Windsor’s death, her husband Scott Mitchell and other family members reportedly met to “spread her ashes” today.
After a long struggle with Alzheimer’s, Dame Barbara Windsor, who played matriarch Peggy Mitchell on EastEnders, died in December at the age of 83. Her widower Scott Mitchell was among the family members who scattered her ashes today to commemorate her birthday, according to sources.
The Carry On actress’s relatives and friends gathered at a north London crematorium for a private service.
The tiny group was reportedly said to have held a modest liturgy that included two poems and a prayer.
According to the Mail Online, a new plaque in Dame Barbara’s honor was also unveiled in a poignant homage.
“In loving memory of Dame Barbara Windsor. ‘Babs’ – actress,” said the inscription. Scott Mitchell, her family, friends, and her numerous followers all adore her.
The tribute concluded, “‘She was a good bird.'”
The ashes of the legendary actor were also alleged to have been sprinkled on the crematorium grounds.
On what would have been Barbara’s 84th birthday, the touching ceremony took place.
The plaque honoring the EastEnders star is displayed beside plaques honoring Hollywood legends Norman Vaughan, Ronnie Scott, and Marc Bolan.
The estate of Dame Barbara has been contacted for comment by this website.
Dame Barbara was put to rest in January at a socially distant funeral attended by the entertainment world’s great and good, including David Walliams, Christopher Biggins, and Ross Kemp.
Since 2014, the much-loved actress had been suffering from the degenerative condition.
Barbara was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2018, and Scott publicly confirmed it in 2018.
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Dame Barbara rose to prominence in the 1960s thanks to her roles in the Carry On comedies and, later, in the BBC soap EastEnders.
Scott, her widower, previously spoke openly about his wife’s death in an appearance with Good Morning Britain.
“I can’t believe she was still here only a week ago and now she’s not,” he remarked in December.
“It’s all part of the cycle of life. To be honest with you, I don’t think I can believe it anymore.”
He also spoke about his late wife’s final days when she was admitted to a. “Brinkwire Summary News.”