EASTENDERS legend and Dot Cotton actress June Brown has died at the age of 95, with her cause of death yet to be revealed.
The actress died at her home in Surrey on Sunday with her family by her side.
The Dot Cotton legend’s loved ones said she “died peacefully in her sleep” but no further details have been announced.
Stars from the world of showbiz and TV have paid tribute to the iconic EastEnders star as details of her incredible involvement in WWII have emerged.
June was only a 12-years-old when war broke in September 1939 – and was evacuated to Pontyates, a small village in Wales.
In the later years of the war, June served in the Wrens – the Women’s Royal Naval Service.
Roles for the Wrens included radar plotters, weapons analysts, electricians, air mechanics and cooks.
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