Sarah Kyolaba, the last surviving wife of the former Ugandan dictator, Idi Amin has died last week at London's Royal Free Hospital after battling with cancer.
She was first spotted by Idi Amin while performing as a dancer aged 19.
Mrs Amin was once known as 'Suicide Sarah' because she was a go-go dancer for the Ugandan army's Revolutionary Suicide Mechanised Regiment Band.
She was said to be his 'favourite wife' and went by the title Lady Sarah Kyolaba Idi Amin.
She followed the dictator into exile in Saudi Arabia in 1982 before moving to the UK more than three decades ago where she worked at a salon.
She died aged 59.
They were married in a lavish £2million ceremony in the country's capital Kampala.
In an interview after his death she said the dictator was a 'true African hero' and 'not a monster'