Actress Annie Cordy has sadly died at the elderly age of 92 after a long and successful showbiz career.
Annie, who was honoured by Belgian royalty for her acting, was also a singer and it was a friend who shared the heartbreaking news on Twitter.
Longtime friend TV host Christophe Beaugrand-Gerin wrote: "I'm heartbroken tonight Mrs Annie Cordy, you have given us so much joy, energy and emotions. We won't forget you."
It's said that attempts were made to revive Annie but she was sadly pronounced dead after suffering a cardiac arrest at her home in Vallauris, France.
The star's last appearance on our screens was two years ago back in 2018 when she starred in the TV movie Illiterate.
It all started for Annie when she began her acting career in 1954 and she went on since then to star in over 50 films and TV shows.
Her real name was Leonie Baroness Cooreman and she was born in Belgium in 1928.
She also, as well as a career in acting, staged a number of memorable performances at the famous Paris Olympia in France.
But that wasn't where her talents stopped as she was also a fantastic and talented singer.
Her most notable song was La Ballade de Davy Crockett which she released in August 1956.
The song remained at the No1 spot in the French charts for five weeks.
And she even went on to be recognised by royalty for all the work she did for the arts.
She was given the title of Baroness in 2004 by King Albert II of Belgium, in recognition of her life's achievements.
As well as being made a Baroness by King Albert II, Annie was also made a Commander of the Order of the Crown in 2013.
Annie acted in both French and English and provided the voice for Grandmother Willow in the French version of Disney film Pocahontas.
The star's massive French fanbase has rushed to Twitter to start a hashtag to remember her and share the sweet highlights of her life.