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Queen Elizabeth II Death

A look outside buckingham palace in London. mortars have stayed there throughout the night paying their respects to their beloved queen elizabeth II in the buckingham palace. the queen passed away peacefully at their home in scotland bringing her seventy year reign to a somber close.

Before her death she was ninety six years old now is which of course was not born to be queen but she became heir to the throne at age ten after the abdication of her uncle king edward the eight. she would become queen sixteen years later after the death of her father king george the sixth over the next seventy years she would oversee a changing country in a changing world around it.

Queen Elizabeth II would see fifteen british prime ministers including the newly elected list trust who she swore and just on tuesday and this week it would be the queen’s final public appearance.

queen elizabeth II was the rock on which modern britain was built. The country has grown and flourished under her reign. Britain is the great country it is today because of her and with his mother’s death. her oldest son charles who is now king now in his first statement as monarch charles paid tribute to his mother he said, he knows know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country the roms and the commonwealth and by countless people around the world.”

funeral services for the queen Elizabeth II will be held at westminster abbey after a ten day mourning period. she’ll be buried on the grounds of windsor castle next her husband philip who died last year.

with the passing of the queen Elizabeth II and passing of the crown comes several change. although prince charles has immediately become king, his coronation won’t happen for up to a year. some expect the coronation to not as be as elaborate as the queen’s as the monarchy faces public pressure to rein in on costs.

pure referring to the cost of having the military and  the cost to the public pass.  think that’s right and because  the cost of supporting a large number of royals is something that transitory were off.

he’s already said that he would reduce the number of people on retainers so people being paid from the public purse to be royal. king charles is seventy three the oldest royal to become king, his son william as now the next in line to the throne. one change is already noticeable after the queen’s passing the lyrics to britain’s national anthem it no longer is God save the queen it is no God save the king which mortars could be heard singing outside of buckingham palace

Also brits could see changes to their currency the image of key prince charles is expected replace that of his mother from on paper money and coins a timeline for that though has not yet been announced. Meanwhile, bank of england says money featuring the queen yes still will remain legal tender denver seven will continue to follow developments following the queen’s death.

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Many people has send their condolences to the family and here are a few from the world:

This user said:

72 years of reign, the Queen of England has passed away. Her reign will go down in history forever, rest in peace Queen Elizabeth II

Barack Obama said:

Like so many of you, Michelle and I are grateful to have witnessed Her Majesty’s dedicated leadership, and we are awed by her legacy of tireless, dignified public service. Our thoughts are with her family and the people of the United Kingdom at this difficult time.

Joe Biden and his government said:



Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was more than a monarch. She defined an Era. In a world of constant change, she was a steadying presence and a source of comfort and pride for generations of Britons, including many who have never known their country without her. An enduring admiration for Queen Elizabeth II united people across the Commonwealth. The seven decades of her history making reign bore witness to an age of unprecedented human advancement and the forward march of human dignity.

She was the first British monarch to whom people all around the world could feel a personal and immediate connection-whether they heard her on the radio as a young princess speaking to the children of the United Kingdom, or gathered around their televisions for her coronation, or watched her final Christmas speech or her Platinum Jubilee on their phones. And she, in turn, dedicated her whole life to their service.

Supported by her beloved Prince Philip for 73 years, Queen Elizabeth II led always with grace, an unwavering commitment to duty, and the incomparable power of her example. She endured the dangers and deprivations of a world war alongside the British people and rallied them during the devastation of a global pandemic to look to better days ahead. Through her dedication to her patronages and charities, she supported causes that uplifted people and expanded opportunity. By showing friendship and respect to newly independent nations around the world, she elevated the cause of liberty and fostered enduring bonds that helped strengthen the Commonwealth, which she loved so deeply, into a community to promote peace and shared values.


Queen Elizabeth II was a stateswoman of unmatched dignity and constancy who deepened the bedrock Alliance between the United Kingdom and the United States. She helped make our relationship special.


We first met the Queen in 1982, traveling to the UK as part of a Senate delegation. And we were honored that she extended her hospitality to us in June 2021 during our first overseas trip as President and First Lady, where she charmed us with her wit, moved us with her kindness, and generously shared with us her wisdom. All told, she met 14 American presidents. She helped Americans commemorate both the anniversary of the founding of Jamestown and the bicentennial of our independence. And she stood in solidarity with the United States during our darkest days after 9/11, when she poignantly reminded us that “Grief is the price we pay for love.”


In the years ahead, we look forward to continuing a close friendship with The King and The Queen Consort. Today, the thoughts and prayers of people all across the United States are with the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in their grief. We send our deepest condolences to the Royal Family, who are not only mourning their Queen, but their dear mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her legacy will loom large in the pages of British history, and in the story of our world.

Those are just some of the many comment from world leaders and people who love Queen Elizabeth II.