Richard Branson (Richard Branson) and his mother Eve Branson (Eve Branson)
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LONDON-Virgin founder Richard Branson (Richard Branson) revealed in a tribute blog on Monday that his mother Eve (Eve) has died of the coronavirus.
Branson said that Eve was 96 when she died. She “persisted in the final victory and managed to fight the virus, but spent all her energy in the process.”
However, Branson said that instead of mourning her loss, it is better to celebrate her good life, her great spirit, the joy she brings to many people, and the love she gives to all of us.
In order to dedicate to his mother, Branson said that he owes his career to her. He explained that Eve discovered a necklace in the 1
Branson said: “Without the £100 (US$135), I would never have founded Virgin Atlantic.” Branson said that in 1970, he founded the multi-billion-dollar conglomerate.
Branson said that Eve and his father Edward (Edward) passed away in 2011, and he has taught him and his two sisters to “work hard, don’t take yourself too seriously, treat the treatment people want, entrepreneurial spirit and so much.”
The Virgin founder called her mother a “force of nature” and lived “many remarkable lives” and shared a glider lesson on how she disguised as a boy. During the Second World War, she was also invited to participate in the Royal Navy female soldier “W”.
After the war, Eve toured Germany as a ballerina, performed on the stage in the West End of London, and served as a stewardess on the “treacherous” British South American Airlines route.
Branson said that his mother was “creative, fearless, unrelenting, and an entrepreneur without this name.”
His mother is also the founder of the Eve Branson Foundation, a small non-profit organization that aims to improve the lives and education of women and girls in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco And health services.