On September 8, 2018, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the age of 96. During her reign, Queen Elizabeth II held the title of monarch for longer than any other British queen in recorded history.
According to the statement released by the Royal Family, the Queen “passed away peacefully at Balmoral” in the afternoon. This was said in the statement. Her successor, King Charles III, has expressed that he and the rest of the family are experiencing the deepest level of grief over her passing at this time.
“We mourn sincerely the departure of a treasured sovereign and a much-loved mother,” he said in his statement. “She was a much-loved mother.” “I am fully aware that her passing will send shockwaves through not only our nation but also the Realms and the Commonwealth, not to mention countless people all over the world.
“During this season of loss and change, my family and I will be comforted and sustained by our knowledge of the respect and deep regard with which The Queen was held by so many people all around the world,” the narrator said.
The Queen recently commemorated the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, which took place earlier this year. They talked on Tuesday, when the new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, was in town.
On Thursday, Truss made the following statement, which can be found below: “Queen Elizabeth II was the rock on which modern Britain was constructed.” Under her leadership, our nation has progressed and become more prosperous. Because of her, Britain has developed into the prosperous nation that it is today.
The end of the Second World War coincided with her ascension to the monarchy. She was a strong advocate for the expansion of the Commonwealth, which grew from a modest collection of seven nations to a family of 56 nations that spans every continent on the planet.
The Prime Minister added, “We are now a modern, thriving, and dynamic nation,” after he had accepted The Queen’s “kind invitation” to form a new government. “We are now a present, thriving, and fluid nation,” he said. “Through thick and thin, Queen Elizabeth II was there to provide us with the stability and support that we required.” She embodied the very essence of what it means to be British, and that essence will go on.
While expressing its sympathies for the loss of the king, the insurance market Lloyd’s referred to “deep sadness and sorrow” in its statement about the death of the monarch.
“We were lucky to call her a friend and a regular visitor to Lloyd’s,” the company said in a statement. “All of us at Lloyd’s will cherish the memories we shared together,” the statement continued, “from her role in dedicating our last two buildings to her visit to commemorate our 325th anniversary.”
Her laughter, as well as her presence and her wisdom, will be felt throughout our halls. During this difficult moment, the Royal Household is first in our minds.
In recognition of Her Majesty the Queen, the Lutine Bell at Lloyd’s was rung last evening.