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Jason Manford shared a sweet video with his Nana Leah on Friday as he revealed she had died months before her 100th birthday.
In the clip, the comedian and his Nan, 99, who had dementia, were singing Nat King Cole together.
Music was an important way for the star to connect with her, as despite her illness, she was still able to remember the words and sing along.
He took to Twitter to post the video, writing: 'Goodnight Nana Manford, we were so lucky to have you in our lives for so long. 99 years of wonderful moments & incredible memories.
'Even when dementia took hold, she loved music. Whether making cardigans for kids or bullets for Lancaster bombers, she was an inspirational woman.'
Tribute: Jason Manford shared a sweet video of himself singing with his Nana Leah on Friday as he revealed she had died months before her 100th birthday
Love: Music was an important way for the star to connect with her, as despite her illness, she was still able to sing along (pictured together earlier this year)
His friends and fans commented on the post, sending their sympathies to him.
Comedienne Sally-Anne Hayward said: 'Sorry for your loss Jason' while Ed Byrne wrote: 'Aw mate. That's a beautiful tribute.'
Elsewhere, another person penned: 'Sorry to hear this Jason. Thinking o you @Colin_Manford and all the family.'
And someone else said: 'My heart goes out to you and your family at this time of your sad loss' while a separate person added: 'Sorry for your loss.'
It comes after Jason took to Instagram in March to share a 'heartbreaking' update after Leah was rushed into hospital in February.
The comedian posted photos of himself and his loved ones at the elderly lady's bedside as he revealed she had sadly stopped eating.
An emotional Jason told his followers the family were trying their best to 'stay strong' despite the upsetting situation.
Writing: 'Unfortunately she's still in the hospital. Everyone is doing everything they can to get her home but she's just stopped eating (even when given a box of her favourite chocolates for Mother's Day!)'.
'Not sure why, she says she wants