Queen Elizabeth II Passed Away
Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the United Kingdom for the greatest period of time, died yesterday at the age of 96. After being taken under medical observation at Balmoral on Thursday, the Queen Elizabeth II Passed Away, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s members of the family were seen hurrying to Balmoral on Tuesday afternoon after the palace released a statement saying that medics were worried about her health.
At The Age Of 96, Queen Elizabeth II Passed Away
Queen Elizabeth II Passed Away quietly in Balmoral yesterday afternoon, according to a statement from the Royal Family. The King and the Future Queen will spend this evening and tomorrow in Balmoral before flying back to London. For Britain, the passing of the Queen signals the end of a period in which most citizens have known just one ruler. The queen, who lived through noteworthy events along with the country’s imperial past, post-colonial times, World War II, and the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union, was regarded as a symbol of stability in a constantly changing world.
The Accession of Queen Elizabeth II
On 8th April 1952, the then Princess Elizabeth was proclaimed Queen of England by her father, King George VI. She became the first reigning monarch in British history to be born in a Commonwealth country and the youngest person ever to be crowned Queen of England.
The accession of Elizabeth II marked 50 years of uninterrupted rule by the monarchy and during that time she presided over some of the most significant moments in British history. Her reign has been marked by political, social, and economic stability and has seen Britain through major changes including its membership in the European Union, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the global financial crisis.
The Queen’s Political Career
The Queen served as the Head of State of the United Kingdom for more than sixty years, between 1952 and her death in 2018. Throughout her reign, The Queen has been a vocal advocate for democracy and human rights, and she has held a number of official positions within the British government.
The Queen’s political career began in 1947 when she was appointed a Counsellor to the Government. From 1959 to 1961, The Queen served as President of the Royal College of Nursing, a post which gave her experience in the field of health care. In 1965, The Queen was appointed Governor General of Canada, a post she held until 1970. During her time as Governor General, The Queen played an important role in improving relations between Canada and Britain.
In 1976, The Queen was appointed Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, an honor which recognized her service to nursing and health care. In 1981, The Queen became the first British monarch to address a joint session of Parliament. In 1988, The Queen was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work on human rights. In 1997, The Queen became patron of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Prince Charles is the New King
King Charles is now 73-year-old Prince Charles. The new Monarch was with his mother in Balmoral as she went on to the other realm. The King will have to manage the significant change in his life as well as the sadness over the loss of his mother. For the longest period in British royal history, King Charles had been the heir apparent to the throne. Since his mother became the queen when he was 3 years old, he has held the position. The queen’s grandson, Prince William, is now the heir apparent to the throne, and a former has been cited as stating, “He never wanted to think about succession because it meant the death of his mother.”
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