Hollywood legend Doris Day will not have a funeral

Hollywood star Doris Day died on Monday at the age of 97. She will not be receiving a funeral. Day’s manager made it clear stating that the late actor mentioned this in her will. “No funeral, no memorial and no [grave] marker,”I think it was because she was a very shy person, Bob Bashara told people.

He also added that Doris never liked to talk about any kind of funeral or a memorial. Doris Day who devoted her fifty years of career as an actor as well as a singer, earned immense fame for her 1956 box office hit ‘Que Sera, Sera’ (Whatever Will Be, Will Be). He also told that Day’s estate will go to charity as per her will and on her Doris Day Animal Foundation, he added, “The ultimate thing for it is to keep the foundation going”. Among her other well-known songs were ‘Secret Love‘ and ‘Everybody Loves a Lover’. Among her most popular films were three romantic comedies: ‘Pillow Talk‘ 1959, which brought her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, ‘Lover Come Back‘ 1961 and “Send Me No Flowers” (1964). Her last film, ‘With Six You Get Egg roll,’ was released in 1968.