With Without a doubt, Queen Elizabeth II died as one of the most famous women in the world . The 96-year-old monarch leaves behind an incredible empire and a country in mourning. thousands Royal-Fans have already made pilgrimages to Buckingham Palace, to Balmoral in Scotland or to Windsor to express their condolences. But what did she do? Century Queen so special for her people, for the whole world? Was it their work ethic? Your actions in the Commonwealth? Or simply her incomparable style? RTL Royal expert Michael Begasse sums up why the British people loved them so much and why so many people are now in mourning.
Some hugged and cried, some sang 'God Save the Queen'. Some clapped, others cheered. Many stood still and thoughtful - thousands of people are gathering across Britain these days to greet Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8th at Balmoral Castle in Scotland to pay their last respects.
The royal residence in London takes center stage at occasions such as royal weddings, but also at times of national mourning, such as after the death of Princess Diana in 1997. Many brought bouquets of flowers, which they placed at the black iron gates of the iconic building. An official announcement of the monarch's death had been posted here. The majority of mourners have never seen another queen or king, Queen Elizabeth has been a constant for decades. Now the British have to find a new one Get used to the head of the British royal family: King Charles III. (73).
Mourning for the Queen: Michael Begasse struggles with the words on TV (lkr)