Engelbert Humperdinck, MBE, is preparing to head back out on tour later this year following the death of his wife Patricia. The singer explained the “whole family has been in limbo” following her passing but he is hoping to continue to make her happy and thrill fans when he returns to the stage. Speaking to Richard Madeley and Kate Garraway on Good Morning Britain, he detailed how he was working through his grief.
“The whole family has been in limbo recently,” Humperdinck shared as he went on to explain they had waited to give her a final send off.
“We have been waiting for the quarantine to go away so we can give her a good final send off in our home in Leicester.”
Garraway noted while Patricia had Alzheimer’s for a decade, it would not “lessen the sadness of that final goodbye”.
“I don’t know how it’s going to affect me,” Humperdinck replied. “It’s affected me pretty bad so far.
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Madeley continued: “There’s no preparing for grief is there?”
“I’m learning how to do that,” Humperdinck explained. “It’s quite difficult.
“Being a performer and being out on stage and singing sensitive lyrics, each lyric could touch your heart in different ways.
“It doesn’t matter, it’s my job. I’m going to get out there and do the best I can.
“My fans have been absolutely fantastic. They’ve been so supportive during this time in my life and I’m so thankful.”
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