Until we met again my Queen
September 9, 2022
The sad news that the magnificent Queen Elizabeth II has passed away came to me first thing this morning.
I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. She was a legendary figure even during her own lifetime; she was a mother to a nation and a person of great worth. Millions of people all across the world will remember her forever. To the British royal family and people: my deepest sympathies.
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Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-reigning queen and nominal head of state for seven decades, was announced by Buckingham Palace on September 8. She was 96. Many people looked to the late Queen as a beacon of peace and order across the world, not just in Britain.
For decades of drastic upheaval, including the decolonization of Africa and Asia and the expansion of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth II's presence encouraged confidence. She was a devoted supporter of the United Nations.
We all mourn her passing, but especially for her and for the British people.
Queen Elizabeth II's personality under pressure
During the customary parade, which is widely regarded as the most magnificent, the Queen led the procession on horseback. Suddenly, gunfire broke out from the audience! The Queen swiftly managed to calm the animal and proceeded to attend the celebration.
Elizabeth II broke a lot of rules when she married Prince Philip, even though it was one of the most important choices she had ever made on her own.
Elizabeth did not seek her parents' permission to marry Philip (Prince of Denmark) before accepting his proposal, and the couple also broke another "law of decorum" by having Philip make the announcement of their engagement rather than waiting for the future queen to do so.
Queen Elizabeth II has had a deep affection for dogs and horses ever since she was a young girl. She adopted a Corgi and decided to call her Susan. During her reign, Elizabeth II amassed a corgi family of more than 30 dogs.
Throughout her long reign, the Queen owned and trained hundreds of champion racehorses, and she continued to compete on horseback far into her nineties.
After 60 years of rule, her subjects still know very little about what the Queen is thinking. To be the most ruthless public figure on the planet—and yet remain impenetrable in private. A recognizable (and utterly incomprehensible) paradox that never loses its fascination.
Queen Elizabeth II, who was once known as "Elizabeth the Unstoppable," has died. Our prayers are with her family, the people of Britain, and the rest of the world as they mourn the loss of a leader whose service and dedication showed how important timeless ideals are in the modern world.
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Now her watch has ended. She will reign forever.