Queen Elizabeth Dies After 70 Years of Reign

Queen Elizabeth Dies After 70 Years of Reign

The Queen of Britain, Elizabeth II who was the longest-serving monarch to ever serve in British monarchy, has passed away at the age of 96.

Her last breath was taken during Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Queen Elizabeth II, who was crowned to the throne in 1952 was Britain’s ruler for the duration of 70 years. After her death, her son Charles, the eldest of her children, Charles who was previously called Prince of Wales is now the next the King of Britain.

Buckingham Palace has revealed in its press release that the Queen and King will be staying in Blamoral Castle this evening and will travel to London the following day.

The queen’s reign was a period of the presidency of 15 prime ministers. The first is Winston Churchill, while the final one, Lizz Truss, was named by the queen a few just a few days ago.

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Her birth date was the 26 April 1926. of April in Mayfair London. On November 27, 1957, the queen was married to her third cousin Philip Prince of Greece who died in 2021, aged 99.

She became the successor to her father who was George VI, as King George VI, following his passing away on the night of 1952.Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in his condolences for the loss of queen Elizabeth II, stated that Pakistan stands with all Commonwealth nations mourning her loss.


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