Money raised by the only will go to the NHS Charities Together organisation, which helps workers and volunteers working to assist Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) deal with the coronavirus disaster.
Vera, who initially launched the track in 1939, instructed The Press Association that the tune’s message of optimism within the face of adversity is newly related as individuals face hardship as a result of unfold of the illness.
“The words ‘We’ll meet again’ speak to the hope we should all have during these troubling times,” the 103-year-old defined.
Chart gross sales of the unique model of We’ll Meet Again soared by 580 per cent after The Queen signed off her TV broadcast on Sunday by telling Brits, “We will meet again,” a reference Vera loved, in keeping with her daughter, Virginia Lewis Jones.
“She (Vera) actually thought it was quite funny,” Virginia instructed U.Ok. TV present Good Morning Britain. “She thinks The Queen is wonderful, which she is.”
Katherine added: “It is a song of hope and Dame Vera and I sing this in honour of our superhero NHS workers and their families. They are putting themselves at risk to ensure we will meet our dearest again.”
Proceeds from the monitor, set to be launched on Saturday, will fund meals deliveries, in a single day stays, kits, and journey prices for NHS workers and volunteers.