Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II of Britain is no more. Buckingham Palace confirmed the news of his death after Thursday evening local time in London.
Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch in British history, was 96 years old. The 75th anniversary of his accession to the throne was celebrated a few months ago.

Queen Elizabeth II has been suffering from various physical complications for several days. He was having trouble walking and standing.

The members of the royal family rushed to Scotland on the news of the Queen’s illness. Her four children Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward joined the Queen at Balmoral Castle.

Queen Elizabeth II ascended the British throne in 1952. On the news of his illness, US President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent messages wishing him well. UK Prime Minister Liz Truss said the whole country was deeply concerned by the news of the Queen’s illness.

People began to gather in front of Buckingham Palace in London after news of the Queen’s illness. Tears can be seen in the eyes of some of the tourists present there. Sue and Andy Alderman, who were visiting’We only got her as queen,’ says Pam sobbing. She is an extraordinary woman! This is very sad news.

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of her ascension to the throne, just a few months ago, the queen stood on the balcony of this palace and responded to the greetings of the crowd by waving her hands.

She is our longest-living, longest-serving, longest-reigning queen. Suddenly at such a time we all understand how precious he is!’