Irish Hollywood legend Maureen O’Hara, who died on October 24 at her home in Idaho, will be laid to rest on Monday.

She will be buried in Arlington Cemetery in Washington, D.C., beside her late husband and World War II hero, Lt Col Charles Blair, who died in an air crash in 1978. O'Hara had said it was her last wish to be laid to rest next to her beloved husband.

The funeral is expected to attract Hollywood stars as well as many Irish friends and family, the Irish Independent reports.

Margaret O'Shaughnessy, founder of the Foynes Flying Boat Museum and a friend of the late actress, will be one of those traveling to the funeral.

"We had nearly 30 years of friendship. That is a long time, so I wanted to travel for the funeral for Maureen and her family," she said.

O'Hara, star of "The Quiet Man" and numerous other blockbusters, was the greatest Irish film star to ever grace the silver screen. Her legendary red hair and superb acting skills made her famous.

O’Hara’s Rosary and removal will take place on Sunday evening. 

Her Requiem Mass will be held on Monday morning, followed by her burial at Arlington at 2pm.