Samuel Johnson has extended an invitation to the public to attend his sister Connie's funeral.
Connie passed away last Friday after a lifelong battle with cancer. The mother-of-two was just 40.
Yesterday, Samuel shared a photo of Melbourne's St. Paul's Cathedral on Connie's 'Love Your Sister' Facebook page, writing: "Connie Cottonsock's village service will be in Melbourne on the 23rd."
"Just wanted to give a heads up to any interstate villagers planning to attend."
Last week, Samuel shared a heartfelt post to fans informing them of his beloved sister's death.We lost Connie today. Or, as she asked me to say, she died of cancer today. It was so beautiful,' he wrote.
'We lost Connie today. Or, as she asked me to say, she died of cancer today. It was so beautiful,' he wrote.
'We laughed, we cried, we sang stupid songs from our childhood to her, which she loved (mostly!). I read her so many village messages, which she relished,' he continued.
'Trust me, she was genuinely cushioned by your love, till the end'
'I'm off to cuddle the fam and warmly embrace an exquisite whisky, in memory of my sister, who did so bloody well, from start to finish.'
'Thanks for everything, Connie Cottonsocks. It was my pleasure to be your Sammy Seal.'
This article originally appeared on WHO.