Queen Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth II of Britain died of old age and ill health
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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II dies of old age and ill health. She was 96. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II had recently been suffering from age-related infirmities. She was kept away from most public events as she remained under the observation of doctors.
Meanwhile, she met and congratulated British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who had resigned two days ago, and greeted Liz Truss, who has been announced as the new Prime Minister. The Queen, who usually meets the new Prime Minister at Buckingham Palace, this time met at Palmaral Palace.
In this situation, British Queen Elizabeth, who was staying at Palmarel Palace in Scotland, suddenly fell ill. Subsequently, the doctors who examined her advised him to be kept under close observation. Doctors continued to treat her.
In this situation, it has been announced that Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has passed away. Buckingham Palace has officially announced this. Buckingham Palace has posted on its Twitter page that Queen Elizabeth of England has passed away this afternoon. It has been announced that her body will be brought to London tomorrow.
Earlier, British Prime Minister Liz Truss tweeted, “The whole country is deeply concerned by the news coming out of Buckingham Palace at this time. All my thoughts and the thoughts of the people of the country will stand with the government family,” she had posted.
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of England, many world leaders are issuing condolences. In his condolence message, Prime Minister Modi said, “I had memorable meetings with Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to England in 2015 and 2018. I will never forget her warmth and kindness. During my meeting with her, Mahatma Gandhi showed me the handkerchief she had given me as a wedding present. I will always admire her.” He said.
Britain’s longest-reigning queen, Queen Elizabeth II was crowned Queen of Britain in 1952 upon the death of her father, George VI. In 1947 she married Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Her husband Philip died in April last year. The couple has four children. With the death of Queen Elizabeth, her eldest son, Prince Charles, will take over as the new King and Head of the Commonwealth.
What will be next?
When Queen Elizabeth II dies, all plans for what happens next are already planned. Accordingly, if the Queen dies, it will be referred to as ‘London Bridge is Down. According to this code, her family members will be informed first. The Queen’s private secretary will then be informed. He would contact the British Prime Minister on the telephone link and convey the code ‘London Bridge is down. The Prime Minister will then officially announce the death of the Queen of England. Her death will also be communicated to the Commonwealth of Nations, where news of her death will be officially announced to the public by British state media BBC TV and radio. Britain will observe 12 days of mourning.
However, as Queen Elizabeth of England died in Scotland, a plan called Operation Unicorn will be implemented. The Unicorn is the national animal of Scotland. According to British custom, on the morning of the second day after the Queen’s death, members of the British Council announce Charles as the new king. Until then he will act as interim king.
The day after the Queen’s death, flags will fly again tomorrow and Charles will officially be crowned King at 11 am. He will deliver his first speech as head of state tomorrow evening. The new King Charles will pay tribute to his mother by touring England, including Edinburgh, Belfast, and Cardiff, where he will pay tribute to his mother.
Meanwhile, Westminster Hall will be cleaned and preparations will be made for the funeral. It will be closed for that. Four days after the Queen’s death, a procession will be held from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. Her body will be kept there. Important people pay their respects first. After that, the public will pay their respects.
Then, on the ninth day, the funeral will take place. Queen Elizabeth will be cremated with full British state honors. After the funeral, the Queen’s body will be taken to Windsor Castle. , where she will be buried next to her husband Prince Philip, and her father King George VI.