Britain’s longest serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II is no more. Death came at Balmoral retreat in the Scottish highlands, where Queen spent her last days. She was 96. Queen Elizabeth reigned for 70 years, from 1952 to 2022. During her tenure, she had worked with 15 Prime Ministers starting from Winston Churchill to Boris Johnson and recently elected Liz Truss.
The Buckingham Palace tweeted:
The United Kingdom (UK) celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee to mark 70 years of service to the nation with grand events in June. Last year, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Phillip (Queen’s husband) had passed away after a prolonged illness. Queen too was ailing since October last year, she had difficulties in walking and standing.
Queen Elizabeth became the longest-serving British monarch in 2015, she had surpassed her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria. In 2022, she became the world’s second longest reigning monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II was born in April 1926. She was crowned in 1952 – five years after she married to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
However, there is no confirmation over the details of last rights.
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