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George Michael’s Estate Helps Fund Highgate Christmas Lights

He still spreads the festive cheer through Highgate (Image: Getty)

George Michael is known for having a generous heart, and his kindness continues to live on as he continues to repay, 5 years after his death.

The music icon is said to be a secret sponsor of a London borough’s Christmas light display.

NS Last Christmas Singer is said to be responsible for keeping Highgate lit up every Christmas, as their mysterious sponsor.

George’s estate is said to have continued to be donated every year since his death on Christmas Day 2016, aged 53.

Highgate is where the singer lives from 2002 until his death, and he is also believed to have been buried there.

After Wham! On the star’s death, it is thought that he was the largest private sponsor of the Christmas fair in the North London area, and also paid for the Highgate Christmas tree.

George Michael died on Christmas Day (Image: Getty Images)

Ham & High, the local estate agents who organize the festivals have confirmed the news, saying that George has been a secret sponsor for ‘years’ and that this year the lighting display will be valuable. a whopping 16,000 pounds.

‘George Michael was our secret benefactor for many years, and he loves the christmas lights, said real estate agent Chris Underhill.

‘Fortunately, his fortune continues to support us, even after his death.’

George’s generosity doesn’t end there, as many stories of charitable donations from his estate have surfaced since his death. due to health complications.

People have shared their stories of George working undercover at homeless shelters, paying off debt to strangers and covering the cost of one woman’s IVF treatment and £9,000. Brother.

The singer has contributed to countless charities in both life and death (Image: Jason Sheldon/REX/Shutterstock)

He has also deposited more than $500,000 since 1993 to maintain an HIV trust in memory of his first love, Anselmo Feleppa, who has died aged 36.

Project Angel Food said he purposely kept his donations private to avoid any ‘show off’, and donated his Mercedes for auction.

George’s death shocked the world when it was announced in 2016.

His loss is devastating for music lovers, since then his family has written annual thank you letters to fans for their continued support of his music and legacy.

They were originally written by his sister Melanie, who passed away on the anniversary of his death two years ago.

In 2020, sister Yioda took over the tradition and she thanked her fans for the ‘great comfort’ they have given her after she lost her two younger siblings.

Next year, she said, they will ‘change the bad and enjoy the good as much as possible.’

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