Nancy Sinatra Dies
Nancy Sinatra, the love and first wife of Frank Sinatra passes away at the age of 101. The cause of her death however is still unknown to us. This Friday, the news of the demise was broken through her daughter in her tweet. And it also was shared on one of the web pages the Sinatra family.
Her daughter tweeted that,
My mother passed away peacefully tonight at the age of 101. She was a blessing and the light of my life. Godspeed, Momma. Thank you for everything.
Nancy Sinatra’s daughter, Nancy Sinatra Jr also made an another tweet thanking people for their condolences. And paying regards to her late mother. The tweet read as,
My sister and I thank you all for your very thoughtful messages of condolence. Our mother was a fighter until the end when her brave, loving heart gave out. She is survived by her sister, her daughters, her grandchildren and her great grandchildren. She made a difference.
For further details, the family has been reached out. But there have been unsuccessful attempts and no responses yet.
Nancy Sinatra’s husband-legendary singer Frank Sinatra died almost 2 decades before her. He died out of a heart attack when was 82. The man was a very popular singer of is times. And even appeared in blockbuster films like “From Here to Eternity” and “The Man With the Golden Arm.”.
Nancy and Frank Sinatra had one of the greatest love stories back in their ages. The couple got married when they were only teens. And as a wedding gift, Frank gave her a record of the song he wrote for her. It was titled ‘Our Love’. After the wedding, they got to establishing their careers. While Frank was trying to enter the music industry, Nancy worked as a secretary. After having three children together, Frank’s career shot to its height. With fame and popularity, also came the gossips and headlines of his extramarital affairs. And sadly, the couple sought divorce in 1951.
Even after the couple got divorce, Frank Sinatra looked back on their time beautifully. In an interview he shared that,
I was a poor, lonely and discouraged kid when I met her. In Nancy, I found beauty, warmth and understanding.
The divorce was a bit too hard on Nancy Sinatra. Her daughter once revealed that,
I would hear her crying quietly at night while I was going to sleep. She would never show it in front of us, never, but my room was next to hers and I would tiptoe out and I’d listen at the door and she’d be crying. Sometimes I would go in to her and just put my arms around her.
She never got married after her divorce. But dedicated her life to family and charity only.