Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has died

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has died

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is no more. Britain’s oldest queen has died aged 96.

Buckingham Palace announced the Queen’s death late Thursday evening (September 8) local time.

But a few months ago, Great Britain celebrated 70 years of its accession to the throne. She is the longest reigning queen in the country’s history.

Meanwhile, the news of his death cast a shadow of mourning around the world. Heads of state from various countries expressed their condolences. President of Bangladesh. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed their condolences.

Official notice of the Queen’s death is suspended / Photo: Reuters

Last Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth took part in a virtual meeting. After he left, the doctors advised him to rest. Soon after, there were concerns about his health.

He has been staying at Balmoral Palace in Scotland for some time. Rani had reduced her public appearances in recent months due to physical ailments. He was kept in the custody of doctors at Balmoral Palace. Queen Elizabeth II breathed her last here.

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People lay flowers outside Windsor Castle in mourning

This marked the end of a long reign in the British royal family. During this long and colorful life, Elizabeth witnessed incredible changes in British society and politics.

Meanwhile, after Queen Elizabeth’s death, the country’s new king is her son and former Prince of Wales Charles.

He will ascend the throne of Britain informally as heir apparent according to the rules.

Queen Elizabeth II ascended the British throne in 1952. Elizabeth’s closest confidant during this long reign, her beloved companion, was Prince Philip. Prince Philip, “Duke of Edinburgh”, died on April 9, 2021 at the age of 99. Rani became lonely after her death.

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