Farewell Queen Elizabeth The Second

Published 4 months ago -

Kailey Bisbee, Staff Writer

Sadly, one of the longest-reigning monarchs has recently passed. Queen Elizabeth II has passed on Sept. 8, 2022 due to severe health complications.

She was born on April 21, 1926. She lived a full life enduring World War 2 and taking several world tours. Queen Elizabeth was heavily educated in both language and arts.

The queen was skilled at using her piano. Several people including Malcolm Williamson and Sir Arthur Bliss wrote music dedicated to her according to Britannica.

Queen Elizabeth traveled quite often and visited places like Kenya, Australia, and New Zealand. She was close with her sister Princess Margaret Rose. They met up with each other frequently and kept close contact according to Britannica.

She married the former Prince of Greece and distant cousin Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh. Together they had four kids, three princes and one princess. The most famous one is Prince Charles III.

The Queen valued family more than anything supporting them through all the pressure and hardship they endured.

According to Britannica, Elizabeth took the throne at the age of 25 on Feb 6, 1952. She accomplished a great deal in reaching places the royal family had never even thought to voyage to.

Queen Elizabeth went to both India and South Africa several times while reigning. She was a well-known figure being a role model and celebrity to most of Europe.

Queen Elizabeth was well respected and friendly to her people. She frequently made appearances outside of Buckingham Palace and let her spirit motivate the faith of her country.

Queen Elizabeth impressively held power for seventy years and two hundred and fourteen days. However, the exact cause of death has still not been revealed to the public.

According to the Royal Family website, the Commonwealth now mourns the loss of their beloved queen. Several memorials, dedications, and a funeral have been used to celebrate her prosperous life.

In terms of success, Queen Elizabeth II is a shining example of a woman in power.

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