A neighbour who had heard word that Mrs Zlatic's husband had died offered to help.The neighbour, who wishes to remain unnamed told Vecernje Novosti that she managed to get in touch with the NSW Trustee and Guardian department in 2015 who confirmed that Mr Zlatic had died.
Mary Zlatic, 86, has spent decades living in a tiny mud hut on the outskirts of eastern Serbia with only her dogs for company, surviving on her Australian pension of $100-a-month, Serbian website Večernje novosti reported.
Her husband, Momcilo Zlatic died in Australia in 2011, but it took four years to collect the right documents and track down Mrs Zlatic in Serbia before the NSW Supreme Court could clear her husbands will, granting her $940,000 and the deed to a portfolio of properties in December.'I remember like it was yesterday.
Momcilo and I bought a one way ticket to Australia.
My husband was working as a carpenter in a factory, and I took care of the household,' Mary told Vecernje Novosti.
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He was shown the gallery's conservation studio, which is currently working on the Iconostasis of the Serbian Church in Budapest, and, on being shown one of the pieces in the process of being cleaned, he was invited to have a go.
The Duchess visited a beekeeping museum and winery, and met women wearing traditional dress, with one wearing a wide hat decorated with beading and pom poms, with a traditional red floral dress worn over a crocheted shirt, while another woman sported a large floral headress full of colourful blooms and a green fringed poncho.
To conclude the visit, they met Dushan Marinkovic, whose grandmother Margaret Curry Polemis and aunts Rina Marinkovic and Mary Lorbek provided care to war orphans and refugees from Serbia in Greece during the First World War.
Charles and the president of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolic, laid wreaths at the Memorial Crypt of the Belgrade Defenders, followed by a moment of pause for reflection before Serbian priests read a short prayer.