Celine Dion onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards Nov. 22 in Los Angeles. Credit: Frazer Harrison/AMA2015/Getty Images

Céline Dion mourned her late brother, Daniel, during a memorial service held in Repentigny, Quebec, on Saturday, January 23 — just one day after remembering her husband, René Angélil, at his funeral.

Daniel will be buried at Saints-Simon-et-Jude Church in Charlemagne on Monday, January 25, the CTV News Montreal reports.

The iconic singer’s older brother died after a battle with cancer just one week ago, on Saturday, January 16.

“It’s very painful. It’s a matter of days or hours,” Dion’s sister Claudette told the Journal of Montreal just prior to his death. “It looks a lot like René, he had cancer of the throat, tongue and brain. Our family is very experienced.”

In a statement released after his death, his family noted that Daniel will be remembered as “a gentle and reserved man of many talents.”

On Friday, January 22, Dion laid her beloved husband to rest in a live-streamed funeral service at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, the very venue where the couple tied the knot in 1994.

The pair’s eldest son, René-Charles, spoke at the funeral in both French and English, saying of his late father: “You’re a tough act to follow, but with your help, everything is going to be fine.”

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