Dame Vera Lynn's image will be projected on the white cliffs of Dover on Monday as part of her 100th birthday celebrations.
The 350ft image will be projected onto the cliffs and Spitfires will fly overhead to honour her famous 1942 song 'White Cliffs of Dover'.
The singer, affectionately known as The Forces' Sweetheart, will also celebrate the release of her new album, Vera Lynn 100, on the day she becomes a centenarian.
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The album - which also marks the wartime singer's 93 years in the music industry - will also feature a previously unreleased version of Sailing in a surprise move, as it was not widely known she had recorded the track.
"As we look to the white cliffs on Monday, I will be thinking of all our brave boys - the cliffs were the last thing they saw before heading off to war and, for those fortunate enough to return, the first thing they saw upon returning home.
Dame Vera has been in my life since I was a child, I was born in 1940 and her music, her singing and what she meant to the British during the darkest, darkest days of the Second World War was so important.