The Queen has died aged 96, and world pioneers, lawmakers and famous people have shared their sympathies for the Regal Family. On Thursday, September 8, Buckingham Castle reported that Queen Elizabeth II had dead.
The assertion read: ‘The Queen died calmly at Balmoral this evening. The King and Queen Consort will stay at Balmoral tonight and will get back to London tomorrow.’
Not long after fresh insight about the Queen’s chronic sickness was declared, the Queen’s oldest child and replacement, Prince Charles – presently known by the title King Charles III – and his significant other Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall – presently the Queen Consort – showed up at Balmoral, with Prince William trailing behind.
Not long after the declaration of her passing, mourners across the globe shared messages to honour the Queen, including a few world pioneers, lawmakers and big names who had an extraordinary affection for the second-longest reigning ruler in world history.
High-profile figures include style fashioner Stella McCartney, entertainer Helen Mirren, demigod Mick Jagger, reality star Khloé Kardashian, and previous president and first woman Barack and Michelle Obama, and all respected the late Queen with kind and sincere words.
Performer Elton John, who has been shot with the Queen repeatedly, posted a message on a dark foundation saying he would “miss her profoundly”. Individual Brit Ozzy Osbourne, who played at the Queen’s Celebration in 2002, likewise took to virtual entertainment to communicate his sympathies.
“I mourn with my country the death of our most prominent Queen,” the Black Sabbath rocker, 73, tweeted on Thursday. “With overwhelming sadness I say it is decimating the possibility of Britain without Queen Elizabeth II.”
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Spice Girl Victoria Beckham took to her Instagram record to uncover her despair over the Queen’s passing. “Today is an exceptionally miserable day for our country as well as for the whole world,” Beckham composed.
Beckham likewise shared a highly contrasting photograph of a youthful Queen Elizabeth wearing her crown and gems with a slight grin. The artist’s kindred Zest Young ladies Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton likewise respected the late Queen via virtual entertainment, as they and individuals all over the planet keep on mourning the deficiency of the famous ruler. Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar for depicting Queen Elizabeth in the 2006 film “The Queen,” offered recognition in an Instagram post.