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Queen Elizabeth II, the ruler who offered stability to a nation going through change

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Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II has passed away at the age of 96 at her Balmoral residence in Scotland. She ruled as the United Kingdom’s constitutional queen for 70 years, making her the monarch with the longest reign in British history.

Her reign, which encompassed a historic period in British history, was marked by loyalty to the nation and intense familial suffering. Her passing marked a turning point in the history of the nation by evoking an outpouring of sadness and patriotism.

Additionally, it occurs as the U.K. is changing from Boris Johnson, a highly contentious prime minister, to Liz Truss, a new leader who just assumed office this week. The greatest conflict in Europe since 1945 and the nation’s struggle with increasing inflation are both challenges.

Elizabeth was the last prominent person in the country with ties to World War II, a harrowing but ultimately successful conflict that, for some, continues to define the country. Elizabeth was born into an empire where the sun never set. Elizabeth, who was 19 at the time, recalled sneaking out of Buckingham Palace on V-E Day in 1945 to join the celebratory throng.

King Charles III, the eldest child of the late Queen Elizabeth II, ascends to the throne of Britain.

In a statement, Buckingham Palace stated that the Queen “died away peacefully in (Castle) Balmoral (in Scotland) this afternoon.”

When Queen Elizabeth passes away, her eldest son Charles, 73, will automatically succeed her as the monarch of Britain and the Commonwealth, which consists of 14 nations, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.

Following the queen’s record-breaking 70-year reign, Charles ushers in a new, uncertain era for the royal family.
The loss of King Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth, “represents the greatest moment of grief for me,” the monarch said in his opening remarks. British Prime Minister Liz Terrace said that “the late Queen was the rock on which modern Britain was constructed.”

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